Sunday, December 6, 2020
Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style!
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Farmers agitation continues and other weekly headlines| Weekly Feminist News Wrap
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Amrita Pritam: Punjab's iconic poet and writer | Feminism In India
03:50
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Let's Talk About Disability and Love | Feminism In India
07:19
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Modern Love & Relationships | FII Mood Of The Month, December 2020
01:05
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Farmers protest and other top headlines | Weekly Feminist News Wrap
02:50
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Let's talk about the challenges of PCOS | Feminism In India
09:26
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S01E05: The case of moral policing in courts | Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style!
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Vaginismus: when your vagina refuses to open up | Feminism In India
05:43
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Kangana's Twitter meltdown and other weekly headlines | Weekly Feminist News Wrap
03:10
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World Toilet Day: India's Access to Toilets in 2020 | Feminism In India
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Who is the Manic Pixie Dream Girl? | Feminism In India
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Cornelia Sorabji: India's first female lawyer | Feminism In India
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Outrage in LSR and other weekly headlines | Weekly Feminist News Wrap
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S01E04: I'm sexting my partner but is the cyber world safe? | Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style!
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Protests in Goa and other top headline | Weekly Feminist news wrap
02:55
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What is internalised misogyny? | Feminism In India
05:19
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International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists | Feminism In India
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Sexual and Reproductive Health | FII Mood of the Month, November 2020
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Pandemic worsens gender inequality and other weekly headlines | Weekly feminist News Wrap
02:39
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Why do women's clothing not have pockets? | Feminism In India
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S01E03: How do beauty standards affect our mental health? | Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style!
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टीवी सीरियल हमें क्या सिखाते हैं? | Feminism In India
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Women officers in the Indian Navy and other weekly headlines | Weekly Feminist News Wrap
02:42
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MYTH VS. FACT: Let's talk about Breast Cancer | Feminism In India
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Rani Gaidinliu: The Naga freedom fighter | Feminism In India
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Alliance in J&K and other weekly headlines | Feminist News Wrap
02:47
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The invisible labour of women farmers in India | Feminism In India
04:07
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S01E02: Caste based gender vioelnce in India. Ft. Suman Saurav | Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style!
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Breast cancer on rise in India and other weekly headlines | Weekly Feminist News Wrap
02:33
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Let's Talk About Caste and Mental Health | Feminism In India
08:37
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ऑनलाइन लैंगिक हिंसा के प्रकार | #AbBolnaHoga
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Bollywood and its messed up families | Feminism In India
06:11
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Hathras case, Babri Masjid and other top headlines | Weekly feminist news wrap
03:07
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S01E01: What is intersectionality and why we need it | Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style!
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Childhood, And Relationship With Parents And Family | FII Mood Of The Month, October 2020
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Let's talk about Men and Masculinities | Feminism In India
06:44
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Podcast: Intersectional Feminism Desi Style - Trailer | Feminism In India
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First female pilot to fly Rafale jets and other weekly headlines | Feminist News Wrap
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MYTH VS. FACT: Condoms, Birth Control Pills & Contraception! | Feminism In India
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FII Explains: What is Benevolent Sexism? | Feminism In India
03:22
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Farmers protest new Bill and other weekly headlines | Feminist News Wrap
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नारीवादी पेरियार की कहानी | Feminism In India
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Does TV news propagate toxic masculinity? | Feminism In India
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Noor Inayat Khan: Second World War's Princess Spy | Feminism In India
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Man arrested for rape of 86 year old and other weekly headlines | Feminist news wrap
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Suicide in 2019: a look at the numbers | Feminism In India
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JEE, NEET outrage and other weekly headlines | Feminist News Wrap
02:57
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भारत में कार्यस्थलों पर होने वाले यौन उत्पीड़न से जुड़े कानून | #AbBolnaHoga
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Boys, Men and Masculinities | FII Mood of the Month September 2020
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Death of a Democracy: A Look at Press Freedom in India | Feminism In India
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To Be Or Not To Be A Mother In A Patriarchal, Fascist World Facing Climate Change

How can one become a mother and welcome a child into a world where patriarchy continues to run deep, the concerns around climate change continue to unsettle and fascist governments increasingly continue to occupy space?

What Drishyam Gets Wrong About Women’s Body & Honour

While the logics of the plot in Drishyam were largely analysed and praised for after its release, the regressive social norms it propagates, meanwhile, were overlooked.

Mirzapur Season 2: Transcending Conventional Feminine & Masculine Structures

A new kind of womanhood emerges in Mirzapur season 2: one that is textured and transcends all parameters used to define a woman.

The Crown Review: The Royal Family Is As Cold & Sharp As A Double-Edged Sword

The Crown is all about power dynamics, hierarchies and abolition of anything humane or feminine, conveying the more distant, unforgiving and resolute you are, the better monarch you become.

Interview With Kritika Pandey: 2020 Commonwealth Short Story Prize winner

Kritika Pandey received the £ 5,000 2020 Commonwealth Short Story prize for her story 'The Great Indian Tee and Snakes'.

History

Making History Feminist: Tracing The Public & Private Lives Of Royal Women In India

When one talks about women from royal families in India it is elementary to notice how the descriptions mostly pertain to their beauty and grace, intelligence and bravery and everything royal but limited to the household.

The Crown Review: The Royal Family Is As Cold & Sharp As A Double-Edged Sword

The Crown is all about power dynamics, hierarchies and abolition of anything humane or feminine, conveying the more distant, unforgiving and resolute you are, the better monarch you become.

FX’s POSE Shows How To Represent Queer & Trans Communities The Right Way

POSE transports us to a very dynamic era for the LGBTQIA+ community, lets us live life through the queer lens, allowing us a glimpse into their world and an opportunity to understand the queer and trans lives a little better.

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Silk Smitha: South India’s Ill-Fated Superstar | #IndianWomenInHistory

Silk Smitha's comfort in her own body and with her sexuality were a revolt against the sexist film industry that only saw women as objects.

What Drishyam Gets Wrong About Women’s Body & Honour

While the logics of the plot in Drishyam were largely analysed and praised for after its release, the regressive social norms it propagates, meanwhile, were overlooked.

International Day Of Persons With Disabilities: Why The Indian Constitution Still Fails At Inclusivity

The government accepted to change existing disability law but was not ready to include disability as a cause of discrimination within the Constitution.

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These Are The 15 Women Who Helped Draft The Indian Constitution

On this Republic Day, let us take a look at the fifteen powerful women who helped draft the Indian Constitution.

Gender Roles And Stereotyping In ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’

To Kill a Mockingbird covers several themes that are often uncomfortable to encounter and explore, such as racism and loss of innocence.

Why We Need To Rethink Our ‘Criticism’ Of BTS And K-Pop

Their rising fame of BTS has brought with it an alarming amount of scepticism. Some of it stemming from Western audiences unable to understand how music in another language could capture the hearts and minds of people all over the world.

Feminism 101

To Be Or Not To Be A Mother In A Patriarchal, Fascist World Facing Climate Change

How can one become a mother and welcome a child into a world where patriarchy continues to run deep, the concerns around climate change continue to unsettle and fascist governments increasingly continue to occupy space?

Kinky Promise: Does My Sexual Submission Make Me A Bad Feminist?

For most women figuring out what they enjoy, and having sexual pleasure is empowering. It’s an act of taking charge of your body, even as a sub.

Finding Love, Finding Feminism: How Relationships Teach Both

For a lot of women, feminism strikes them in a relationship. Their innate urge to stand up for themselves is put to test in a love relationship.

Bilkis Dadi, Isaivani Among The 4 Indian Women On BBC’s 100 Women 2020

The BBC's 100 Women 2020, the annual list of hundred women who inspired and brought about a change for the better from around the globe, features four Indian women this year

Media Watch

The Need To Radically Change The Language Around Rape

It is utmost important to find a ‘language’, a discourse to position rapists and victims within a space that inherently condemns violence against women.

How Did The Indian Media Cover Menstruation During The Pandemic?

The mainstream media, majorly smoothens the entire discussion around menstruation and MHH by plainly making it a black and white issue.

Personal Attacks & Social Media Trolling: Lesson 101 On How To Bury The Real Issue

Arnab Goswami, was recently arrested by Raigad police in a 2018 case of death by suicide of a Marathi architect named Anvay Naik.

From ‘Modi Song’ To Ambani Jokes ; India’s Political Humour Lacks Nuance

The state is sad but hilarious, exactly like the humour of the young Indian who every now and then cracks a self-deprecating joke on unemployment, dust piled certificates and hatred for “Sharma ji ka beta”.

Humour

Thinking Out Loud: If Only Cisgender Men Had Periods?

If only cisgender men had periods, to start with, perhaps the taboos around sanitary napkins would become mundane at our homes, workplaces and public transports.

How To Educate Your Daughter Only To Make Her Quit Her Job After Marriage

The recipe for 'fulfilment' for woman is assumed to be one that discredits everything and boils down to 'how happy or successful is your marriage.'

What Approaching The Thirties Looks Like For Me As A Woman

“Dirty Thirty” in big bold letters go well not just because it rhymes, but also because in the true sense of the word, you realise that the key to surviving the thirties is really to play the game well and in absolute muck.

‘Pay The Bai’: The New Generation Of Men Who Claim To Be ‘Feminists’

While some men may and do share some of these, it’s never the full deal, never their sole responsibility. They are 'happy to help', except for when they’re tired, or the cricket match is on TV.