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Ayushmita Samal

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Ayushmita is a gender and sexuality educator, an amateur researcher, and a Freelance Consultant with an interest in Policy and Development with a gendered approach. She carries a notebook each time she goes to the movies, to jot down all the problematic instances of the film she can rant about later. She is a plant mother and contrary to popular belief, naming plants does not mean she is a loner.

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How The Amber-Depp Trial Stigmatises People With Mental Health Conditions

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Nobody will ever care to ask a question about those who face isolation and intense loneliness that comes with suffering from BPD, writes the author.

Red Light Areas In Cinema: A Site Of Unapologetic Expression Of Femininity, Sisterhood, And...

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The women in these movies are also seen revolting against patriarchal frameworks by not just challenging legal and social structures but also by presenting an antithesis to the cultural stereotypes that are placed on them.
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Kari: A Graphic Novel About Lesbianism and Big-City Love

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Kari is a graphic novel featuring a lesbian woman in search of her identity in a deeply heterosexual society that sidelines homosexual love.

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A Brief Summary Of The Second Wave Of Feminism

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