The Joke’s On You? Let Me Laugh: On Being A Feminist...

You may be minority in one sense and privileged in the other, and disapprove one kind of degradation while propagating some. That's where lies the need of constant introspection of one's location in the society. Because that controls what jokes we can take, what jokes we can't. And we don't take joke that's on us or someone we aspire to be.

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These pioneer Indian women have stood up for themselves to make a mark in the history of humankind and more specifically, Indian history.

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How the media can play a more supportive role in bringing out the stories of genderqueer and marginalized sexualities.

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