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This post was originally published in In Plainspeak, TARSHI's online magazine on sexuality in the Global South. TARSHI supports and enables people's control and agency over their sexual and reproductive health and well-being through information dissemination, knowledge and perspective building within a human rights framework.

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We take for granted the fact of having networks spaces. But have we ever wondered why most of these networks are filled with dominant castes?
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Sexist advertising is one of the predominant ways through which stereotyping has seeped into our everyday lives, imprinting itself onto products and segregating them into two rigid binaries; masculine and feminine.
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On this Republic Day, let us take a look at the fifteen powerful women who helped draft the Indian Constitution.
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