In the midst of a global hysteria, there is an invariable concomitance that is established between productivity (understood conventionally as economic efficiency) and self-worth.
The idea of an eco-gender gap is exactly what it sounds like—women bear more of the green burden than their male counterparts. We recycle more, we make an effort to avoid plastic where possible, and we are, by and large, just more conscientious when it comes to the environment.
Choice feminism is a more individual-centric approach than is feminism as a whole, which believes that empowerment can be found in the act of making a “choice”, however in line it may be even with ancient patriarchal norms.
A country’s maternal mortality rate is one of the most crucial indicators of how it prioritises it’s women.
The ability to perform emotional labour is often seen as an inherent quality of women workers, consistent with the gendered notion that women are naturally more nurturing.
The mere fact of expecting that the women would clean and cook irrespective of, if she is a professional or not, is a point of concern of everyday feminism.
Suno voices the dissent against marital rape and domestic violence prevalent within the Indian society where sexual intercourse is mostly non-consensual
Dear Economics, I never believed in love at first sight, until I met you in 9th grade. But like the other love of my life (hello, Bollywood), you too were problematic.
A sex-strike by women being considered an effective response to the abortion bans reinforces sexist assumptions about women and sex.
Using the sister card raises the fundamentally problematic issue of persecuting someone, not for touching a woman without consent, but for refusing to let her go even after she positions herself as his sister.