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Pragati has been part of PRADAN, an NGO working with women in the Adivasi areas of Madhya Pradesh for the past 3 years. Currently on a break from work, she dreams one day of being able to grow her own food, write exactly what she thinks and read all the books she has collected.

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The Thigh Gap 'Thinspiration' And Why We Must Challenge It

The Thigh Gap ‘Thinspiration’ And Why We Must Challenge It

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The thigh gap trend came in as yet another teaching to self-discipline ourselves and conform to the societal pressures. This new aspiration led young women towards obsessive dieting and eating disorders.
Drishyam 2 Review: A Cinematic Universe Founded On Victim Blaming

Drishyam 2 Review: A Cinematic Universe Founded On Victim Blaming

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Drishyam 2 is the latest addition in mainstream entertainment cinema that plays into the tropes of popular morality that distorts women’s agency.
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Accamma Cherian: The Jhansi Rani Of Travancore | #IndianWomenInHistory

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Accamma Cherian was a freedom fighter from Kerala who protested against the Dewan of Travancore to revoke a ban on Travancore State Congress.

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