Monday, August 3, 2020
Intersectional Feminism—Desi Style!
Home Authors Posts by Smriti Bhoker

Smriti Bhoker

3 POSTS 0 COMMENTS
Smriti Bhoker is a struggling Urdu poet and writer who is studying sociology to understand the simple sexist things in life when she is not procrastinating about her work she is making memes about it. Her biggest ambition in life is to earn a Ph.D. that contributes to the field of feminism while learning as many languages as possible to further complicate her ability to construct a decent sentence at social gatherings.

What's Trending On FII?

Raat Akeli Hai (Netflix) Feminist Review: How To Be Patriarchal While Critiquing Patriarchy 101

Raat Akeli Hai (Netflix) Feminist Review: How To Be Patriarchal While Critiquing Patriarchy 101

0
Raat Akeli Hai packages Jatil as a 'knight in shining armor' for exposing the darkness underlying the respectful facade of the Thakur family, but we never see Jatil undergo any internal character development or acknowledge that his thoughts towards women need reform.
4 South Indian Movies That Start A Conversation About Caste

4 South Indian Movies That Start A Conversation About Caste

2
Movies have always helped start a complex conversation on issues like caste,and made its complexities slightly easier to believe and swallow.

Shankuntala Devi: The Math Prodigy Who Researched About Homosexuality | #IndianWomenInHistory

0
Packed with interviews from the community and her study on homosexuality, Devi explicitly called out Section 377 and the unacceptable decriminalisation of homosexuality in India.