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.
To combat the circulation of sexist memes, and stifle the sexist laugh, counter feminist memes are in circulation as well. These feminist memes employ subversive humour to overturn the sexist humour, being able to afford a laugh at their expense.
Growing up listening to such ludicrous things, I gradually developed an immense hatred for such patriarchal values. Hence, I am writing this article about the misogynist and patriarchal traditions in Nepali community.