Thursday, April 2, 2020

Interviews

In this series, we feature people and organisations who have done groundbreaking work in the field of gender, sexuality, women’s rights and the likes to get an insight into their lives and their work. More and more people are joining the feminist movement and working on gender and we wish to bring them in the limelight, one life at a time.

Meet Aarthi: The Woman Behind The Popular Comic Series Royal Existentials

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Royal Existentials is a weekly webcomic series that uses Indian vintage art and imagery to tell stories of historical (and contemporary) angst.

“Maybe There Were Some Pads Lying Around”: Meet The Woman Behind The Comic Sanitary...

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"What is the idea behind the name 'Sanitary Panels'?" "Maybe there were some pads lying around."

Kanika Mishra: Spearheading India’s First Cartoon Woman Karnika Kahen

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Karnika Kahen, a cartoon character by cartoonist Kanika Mishra, is outspken, speaks her mind and isn't afraid, says Kanika in her candid interview.

Meet The Woman Behind The Children’s Book ‘My Chacha Is Gay’

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An exclusive interview with Eiynah, the woman behind the children's book 'My Chacha Is Gay'.

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Bingo! Your Privilege Has Been Revealed

Bingo! Your Privilege Has Been Revealed

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Evident in both the Bingos are ample accounts of unpleasant experience in the savarna-dominated academia that is missing in both the JNU and the HCU counterparts; in HCU’s, academic engagement is summed up with ‘visited the reading room’ and ‘backlog’.
Why Is Sex Or Sexuality Education In Indian Schools Still A Taboo?

Why Is Sex Or Sexuality Education In Indian Schools Still A Taboo?

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It has often been observed that there is lack of awareness not only with regard to ‘homosexuality’ but also ‘menstruation’. In spite of having discussions around teenage pregnancy, there is also a lack of awareness around safe sex.
Ecofeminism And COVID-19: Prejudices Of A Hindu Brahminical Society

Ecofeminism And COVID-19: Prejudices Of A Hindu Brahminical Society

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The eco-conscious health responses to the COVID-19 outbreak in India have revealed the heterosexist, racial, ageist, casteist, and classist prejudices of an overt Hindu-Brahminical society. The idea of environmentalism driven by capitalism, nationalism, and cultural imperialism exploit marginalised humans, animals, and nature alike. Therefore, the discussions around epidemics, animal welfare, and climate change must be nothing but ecofeminist.