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Pallavi is a second year Political Science student struggling to graduate and her tumultuous relationship with her dog pushed her towards writing. She is an ardent lover of history who is trying to get rid of the internalized labels she grew up with.

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Netflix’s Sir: The Indian Audience’s Fascination With The Rich-Man-Loves-Poor-Girl Trope

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With remarkable finesse, Netflix's Sir captures the redundancy of societal constructs such as class barriers and issues of propriety.
Film Review | The Great Indian Kitchen – Serving Patriarchy, Pipping Hot!

Film Review: The Great Indian Kitchen – Serving Patriarchy, Piping Hot!

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The Great Indian Kitchen, starring Nimisha Sajayan and Suraj Venjaramoodu, is a scathing indictment of the patriarchal institution that marriage is in India, even in the 21st century (or perhaps all over the world?).
Enid Blyton: The Problematic Writing Of The Children's Books Author

Enid Blyton: The Problematic Writing Of The Children’s Books Author

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I have come to now see the reflexive prejudice hidden in Enid Blyton's books, the gender politics that is troubling to say the least-where the fathers sit in their studies while the mothers makes sandwiches and look after the children, a world where the tomboy George realises that she will never be as good as a real boy.

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