Can I Hate My Mother And Still Be A Feminist?

As adults, especially as women, we must call out patriarchy inside our homes. We need to take responsibility and make an ally of our mother.As adults, especially as women, we must call out patriarchy inside our homes. We need to take responsibility and make mothers our allies.

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Tanishq- You Can Keep The Jewellery, I Prefer My Freedom

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ह्यूमन राइट्स वॉच का अध्ययन यौन हिंसा के शिकार लोगों को न्याय दिलाने के उद्देश्य से बने कानूनों, प्रासंगिक नीतियों और दिशानिर्देशों को लागू करने में लगातार सामने आ रही कमियों को सामने रखता है|

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