The show Enga Veetu Maapillai, where Kollywood actor Arya chose 16 "eligible maidens" to compete for his hand in marriage, does nothing to create new dialogues about the patriarchal institution of marriage.
The Bronze Sword of Thengphakhri Tehsildar is written by Indira Goswami and published by Zubaan. It is a tale of a Bodo freedom fighter called Thengphakhri, arguably the first woman revenue collector in British India.
Mahesh Dattani, through his play Dance Like a Man, throws light upon the patriarchal and heterosexual post-independence setup of the Indian society where this play is set.
The Adivasi Will Not Dance is authored by Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar, a Santhal writer - making him a unique voice in a field dominated by elite and upper caste writers.
On April 7, Sri Reddy staged a semi-strip in protest, in front of the Telugu Film Chambers, as part of her struggle against the Casting Couch.
As a feminist, as a woman and as someone who does not give two hoots for the gender and sexual binary, The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A Fuck made me feel as though I am someone who does not deserve self-help.
When you are conditioned to treat motherhood as the norm, the lines between conscious choice and subconscious conditioning blur.
Thinlas Chorol is a trekking guide, social entrepreneur and the founder of Ladakhi Women’s Travel Company (LWTC), a company both owned and operated by women.
Priyasha Deochake is a Biotechnology student turned dancer. She sheds light on her dancing career that began after quitting a job in the health sector.
My mother never said a word about equality and yet, brought up a son and a daughter, with equal measures of love and self-confidence.