At the end of another year, it’s time to shine the spotlight on some gutsy women journalists.
‘जेंडर’ सामाजिक-सांस्कृतिक संरचना है, जो स्त्रीत्व और पुरुषत्व के गुणों को गढ़ने के सामाजिक नियम व कानूनों का निर्धारण करता है।
Our gender defines our personal, political, commercial, socio-cultural and psychological relationship with food and how we see ourselves.
Before Bollywood sauntered on to the scene, India discovered gender reversal through ads, Facebook campaigns and web series.
Women have internalised patriarchy so deeply that they don’t even know the wrong in their own perspective.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you must have heard the phrase ‘I am not like other girls’ or 'I am not like most girls' somewhere.
In the latest episode of ‘How Ugly Can Indian Politics Get?’ we saw Atishi Marlena, Delhi based politician, educator and activist, get viciously slandered as questions about her caste, identity, and character were raised.
From tax reforms to Bollywood movie tropes to everyday realities – there is no escaping the symbols of marriage that only apply to women.
In the alternate world created by Man Who Has It All, history is filled with female scientists and artists and precedents, and men run the risk of rape if they go outside un-chaperoned at night.
Sometimes, even the feminist community engages in policing its members, calling them a 'bad feminist' for not adhering to certain norms.