Once I moved away from home, my independent lifestyle gave me confidence and helped me grow as a person and as a feminist.
In 'I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings', Maya Angelou recounts her traumatic childhood of growing up as a black woman in a white community.
Drake is often branded as the nice guy™ of Hip-hop but his lyrics make his embedded misogyny rather evident.
Sujata Khandekar has helped CORO grow from working on adult literacy in Mumbai’s slums, to a resource organisation.
Sumeet Samos's latest single “Ladai Seekhle” will deeply resonate with those who have ever been subjected to Savarna oppression.
Kanchan Chander through her work dismantles the idea of male gaze and creates a representative space for women and their experiences.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali's heroines are trapped in a world where they both challenge and continue to follow oppressive and toxic hierarchies.
Until recently, funny jokes have only been a culmination of sexist and casteist tropes that thrive on dehumanisation of the minorities.
'Lights, Camera, Action' dismantles India's hypocritical and regressive views on pornography and encourages open discussions about sexuality.
Pinjar brings out the struggles faced by women during the Partition without demonizing or valorizing either of the sides.