It's surprising that women who live ‘feminist’ lives, where their choices are not overpowered by social, cultural or familial considerations, refuse to identify with the feminist tag.
It seems female anger is only palatable when it is reined in, not threatening to be reckless but instead promising calm, collected reserve.
Why should a woman give away a bit of her life to random strangers through a gender-based prefix attached to her name, when men are not required to do that?
हमें फैमिनाज़ी शब्द और इसके भावार्थ को समझना होगा क्योंकि महिला हित की खोल में ये शब्द सीधे तौर पर महिला और जेंडर के मुद्दों का विरोधी है|
As the year 2017 ends, we asked people on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to share their favourite feminist moments of 2017 using the hashtag #MyFeminist2017.
As we celebrate the end of the momentous year that was 2017, here are some of the moments when women especially pushed back for equality that deserve a special mention and warrant special celebration because they made the year what it was - great for women.
Feminism wants you to see our struggle, not to be thinned by mixing it in with Egalitarianism or Humanism.
Cat Person started an important conversation about how influenced consent is and how we pedestalise men for what they should be doing anyway.
It is hard to give any weight to the words of Hrithik Roshan when he is a part of an industry that churns out content which oozes misogyny.
Referring to adult women as girls infantilizes them, it promotes the idea that they are childish, and thus bad at making sound decisions.