Thursday, October 21, 2021
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Are bras really that bad?? #Shorts
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Going For Therapy: Myth vs Fact | Feminism In India
05:01
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We LOVE menstrual cups #Shorts
00:22
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What is the history of hair removal for women? | Feminism In India
04:38
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Let us talk about intersectionality! #Shorts
00:50
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Why do we think Nari = Devi?? | Feminism In India
04:21
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S02E03: Marginalised Representation In Art Ft. Jyoti Nisha | Intersectional Feminism - Desi Style
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Sexy Feminist accents #Shorts
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Are they really compliments? 🤦🏻‍♀️ #Shorts
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What's with the age gap in movies? | Feminism In India
04:29
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Qurratulain Hyder: the Grand Dame of Urdu literature | Feminism In India
03:45
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S02E02: Is Censorship the death of Art? Ft. Nandita Das | Intersectional Feminism - Desi Style
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Common Myths about PCOS or Polycystic ovarian syndrome | Feminism In India
05:04
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Is stalking someone really that romantic? | Feminism In India
05:07
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Songs of resistance: What role does protest music play? | Feminism In India
06:23
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S02E01: Why should pop-culture be feminist? | Intersectional Feminism - Desi Style
37:20
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The Anti-dowry Movement of 1980 | Feminism In India
04:47
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How does consent work in the digital world? Ft. Tinder India | Feminism In India
06:51
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Season 2: Trailer Talk | Intersectional Feminism - Desi Style
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Neerja Bhanot: the heroine of the 1986 hijacking | Feminism In India
03:44
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What does food have to do with "guilt"? | Feminism In India
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What is Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS)? | Feminism In India
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Sophia Duleep Singh: The Suffragette Princess | Feminism In India
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What is the 'Male Gaze'? | Feminism In India
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Why is saying 'Not All Men' a problem? | Feminism In India
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Mathura rape case: a landmark moment in India's rape laws | Feminism In India
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Let's Talk About Online Harassment of Women Journalists | Feminism In India
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Masturbation: Myth vs Fact! | Feminism In India
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Japleen Pasricha at 4GAMECHANGERS Podiumsdiskussion | Feminism In India
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What is the problem with our fairy tales? | Feminism In India
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Rajkumari Amrit Kaur: India's first health minister | Feminism In India
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Why do women need to be financially literate? | Feminism In India
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The Chipko Movement: a milestone in Ecofeminism | Feminism In India
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'Hot girl makeover' trope in our films! | Feminism In India
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What is Period Poverty? | Feminism In India
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Periyar: Anti-caste reformer and iconic thinker | Feminism In India
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Sexually Transmitted Infections: Myth vs Fact | Feminism In India
05:59
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Let's talk about mental health of frontline workers | Feminism In India
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Dalit youth tonsured in Jabalpur and other top headlines | Weekly Feminist Newswrap
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Gauhar Jaan: The Doyen of Indian Classical Music | Feminism In India
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Dalit man beaten up for sporting moustache and other top headlines | Weekly Feminist News Wrap
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OTT and censorship in India: Why it's undemocratic? | Feminism In India
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Covid patient raped in Patna and other top headlines | Weekly feminist news wrap
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Our bodies, our rights! - What is Bodily Autonomy? | Feminism In India
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Asima Chatterjee: A pioneer for STEM in India | Feminism In India
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Natasha Narwal released on bail after death of father and other top headlines | Feminism In India
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What is Instrumentalisation? | Feminism In India
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Vaginas should be bright, light, tight, and other myths! | Feminism In India
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India ranks 142 on press freedom index and other top headlines | Feminism In India
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Aruna Asaf Ali: The Heroine of the Quit India Movement | Feminism In India
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Deshadanakilli Karayarilla & The Itch Of Coming Out

Sally and Nimmy are two closeted teenagers and Deshadanakilli Karayarilla can possibly be the first queer film in the Malayalam language.

It Has No Name: Payal Dhar’s Slightly Underwhelming Take On A Queer Teen’s Life

Payal Dhar's tenth book It Has No Name is based on the life of Sami, the principal character, who is a queer teen.

Community Health Workers Deserve Better Working Conditions

Although community health workers have been the backbone of the fight against Covid-19 in India, there has not been sufficient focus on their well-being and working conditions. Based on a survey in the Bundelkhand region, among the poorest regions in India, Saha et al., examine the perspectives and experiences of community health workers, and the socioeconomic hurdles faced by them during the pandemic.

Can We Really Just Let Our Body Hair Be?

Despite the increasing number of women calling for a more positive attitude to body hair, Indian cosmetic and beauty brands have still not taken any initiative to normalise body hair.

Community Health Workers Deserve Better Working Conditions

Although community health workers have been the backbone of the fight against Covid-19 in India, there has not been sufficient focus on their well-being and working conditions. Based on a survey in the Bundelkhand region, among the poorest regions in India, Saha et al., examine the perspectives and experiences of community health workers, and the socioeconomic hurdles faced by them during the pandemic.

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