These women leaders from North East India are seldom heard of in mainstream feminist literature. It is time to recognise their struggles.
Standing up is when we all, as a society, take down an assaulter who is bred amongst us.
As a 31-year-old, single, fat, feminist, strong, independent, articulate woman in India, you can well imagine how hard it’d be to find me a ‘suitable’ match.
Directed by Sarjun KM, Lakshmi is a radical departure from a monochromatic portrayal of a middle-class woman trapped in a loveless marriage.
Bullying and emotional abuse not only result in internalized fat shaming and guilt, they make a fat person extremely stressed.