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.
For Hermione to qualify as a friend and as a substantial character, she had to be brilliant, provide the two boys with notes so they didn't fail, look over their homework, save their lives and occasionally take the blame for their rule-breaking.
Mannequin gives an insight into the world of fashion and reveals the society's hypocrisy when it comes to the treatment of female models. Mannequin beautifully expresses how women are shamed on the basis of their choice of livelihood and associates professional choices with those connected to the society’s definition of morality.
K.R. Meera’s ‘The Poison of Love’ lays bare the confusing realities of abuse, toxicity and the crushing oppression of gender roles.
Mannequin is an individual’s personal exploration of the changing relationship between fashion and feminism.
Have you been told to behave 'like a girl’? Well, here are the stories of fifty-six women who broke the rules to forge new paths for themselves and others.
Ismat Chughtai's Gainda builds a platform for discussions on caste, class, gender, and sexuality.
In The Mothers Of Manipur, journalist Teresa Rehman tells the story of these twelve women, the momentous decision they took, and how they carried it out with precision and care. In doing so she connects the reader to the broader history of conflict-torn Manipur and the courage and resistance of its people, in particular its women.
An unforgettable book, A Life in Trans Activism will leave the reader questioning the ‘safe’ and ‘comfortable’ binaries of male/female that so many of us take for granted.
My Little Body Book is a simple, charming picture book which introduces youngsters to the importance of taking care of their own bodies. From simple tips on hygiene to an empowering message of personal safety, Shruti Singhal’s visuals and text provide perfect reading material for talking about health, safety, emotional and physical well-being with very young children.