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Pritha has recently finished her Master's in Women's Studies from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. Academically, she is keenly interested in issues of reproductive justice, crip theory, and contemporary feminist activism. In her free time, she loves to paint with watercolours and watch art tutorials.

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Handy Lessons From Soorpanakha's Story For Today's Woman

Handy Lessons From Soorpanakha’s Story For Today’s Woman

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The shift in the focus from eroticising the eyes of Soorpanakha to weaponising the nails and embedding it in a name as a permanent labelling, speaks of a politics of its own.
The 'Aunty' Body And All That Follows

The ‘Aunty’ Body And All That Follows

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In the Indian imagination, an ‘Aunty’ is a middle-aged, usually fat woman who is married and has children. Young women, especially unmarried ones, either do not want to associate with the term or are expected to steer clear of it.

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.

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