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Shradha Shreejaya

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Shradha has worked with organizations on national environmental policies, waste management and sanitation in Tamil Nadu, zero waste and climate action in Kerala. She has also worked for the Climate Justice program at Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development and was the founding member of Women in Conservation and Climate Action Network (WICCAN). Currently she continues to be a campaigner with the Sustainable Menstruation Kerala Collective; who tends to brood with a book on her couch when not at any of the above.

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Arati Saha: The Woman Who Channeled Her Success Through The English Channel |#IndianWomenInHistory

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In 1948, Arati Saha won two silvers in 100m freestyle and 200m breaststroke, a bronze in 200m freestyle at the national championship held in Mumbai. She also made an all India record in 1949.
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Silk Smitha's comfort in her own body and with her sexuality were a revolt against the sexist film industry that only saw women as objects.
Why I Will Not Stop Saying 'Men Are Trash' and Other 'Radical' Feminist Opinions

Why I Will Not Stop Saying ‘Men Are Trash’ & Other ‘Radical’ Feminist Opinions

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Men in my life, I have made you uncomfortable. Of course, you’ve been offended. And I can see why; but here’s why none of this, is about you personally.