Imayam’s Pethavan is a novella that narrates a day in the life of Pazhani who has been ordered to kill his own daughter Bhakkiyam.
Riot Grrrl is a revision of feminism, a fuck-your-girl-hating, lipstick wearing, violence resisting empowerment that still reverberates today.
Rokeya Sakhawat Begum's work Sultana's Dream is a feminist attempt at imagining a feminist utopia, named Ladyland.
One of the chief arguments that Woolf makes is that if a woman is to write fiction, she must have "Money and a room of her own".
Joothan reveals that the instances of violence caused due to caste system remains etched throughout one’s life.
Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls is about inspiring young girls to be their own knights in shining armour.
Nalini Jameela lays out a powerful narration of the patriarchal oppression faced by women through her own experience as a sex worker.
These poets whose poetry shifts away from the male gaze. The woman is no longer a passive object of desire, but a proponent of lesbian desire.
Meena Kandasamy’s book 'When I Hit You' is a powerful analysis of ‘modern’ marriage and debunks popular myths surrounding love marriages.
Manto's Khol Do is an accurate portrayal of the depths of human depravity, in the backdrop of the horrific violence during the Partition.