It has never ceased to fascinate me how men have the confidence to talk down to women about something that they have no expertise on. #Mansplaining
Masculinity, once upon a time, was just a word we studied in school, whose sole purpose was to differentiate the binary gender in society.
When do you realise that you’re a boy? When society tells you. Watch these boys in rural Madhya Pradesh talk about imbibing gender roles.
What the definition of chivalry does not make clear, is that perhaps courtesies are only extended to women of a certain social class.
‘मर्द को कभी दर्द नहीं होता है|’ – जैसी पंक्तियों के ज़रिए पितृसत्ता ने ‘मर्द’ को गढ़ने में अपना सक्रिय योगदान दिया है|
The angry Hindu nationalist male, caught in an evolving world he can't keep up with, has taken to his vicious worst to make his presence felt.
How do gender, identity and cis-passing privileges affect people's perceptions and navigation of the public space?
Mansplaining refers to men explaining things to women that they might already know and comes from an assumed power position of ‘knowing’.
पितृसत्ता में जीने वाले पुरुष प्रगतिशीलता का जामा पहनकर महिलाओं के खिलाफ सड़ी सोच और वीभत्स सोच को बढ़ावा देते है|
I've wondered how it'd feel to give a woman who fails to recognise male privilege and thinks men have it tough, a course in Patriarchy 101.