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Sukanya Bhattacharya

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Sukanya Bhattacharya is currently a third year undergraduate student of Political Science at Presidency University. She is interested in looking at feminism and gender through the lenses of popular culture, social media and urban spaces. She has written for 'Asia in Global Affairs' and has also been a volunteer at 'Calcutta Rescue'. She is also an avid debater and a quizzer.

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Women And Self-Stereotyping, System Justification And Gender Hierarchy

Self-Stereotyping: When Women Justify Being Oppressed By A Patriarchal System

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Women continue self-stereotyping and justify the patriarchal structures that continue to oppress and marginalise several sections of the society, including women.
Velu Nachiyar: The Tamil Queen Who Fought Away the British | #IndianWomenInHistory

Velu Nachiyar: The Tamil Queen Who Fought Away the British | #IndianWomenInHistory

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Velu Nachiyar was the first Indian ruler to fight and triumph against the British in 1780, 77 years before the First War of Independence.
Arnab Goswami – Our Prime Time Poster Boy For Toxic Masculinity On TV

Arnab Goswami – Our Prime Time Poster Boy For Toxic Masculinity On TV

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As a journalist, Arnab Goswami has had ample opportunities to unlearn systemic prejudices — misogyny, casteism and Islamophobia to name a few. Yet, he chooses to remain complicit in systems that were designed to structurally discriminate against the minorities in India.