Modi’s politics of yoga is a clear example of gaslighting, allowing him to invisibilise the functioning of oppressive structures in a way that calling yoga a form of cultural capital for the Hindutva movement seems like a “stretch.”
With #TalkToAMuslim, you get an easy way to prove your inclusion, regardless of how tired we may be of proving to you our humanity.
The Triple Talaq bill to criminalise a patriarchal practice is waiting for Rajya Sabha’s approval. Even if passed, the questions of whether it guarantees protection to women remain up for debate.
The ubiquity of male genitalia in art and religion is one such process by which male superiority is normalised.
Hindutva feminism is set up in a way to allow women to be a part of the Hindutva movement without posing any challenges or threat to its male counterpart and the leaders within it.
Muslim women are sharing their experiences of sexual harassment incidents at religious places using the hashtag #MosqueMeToo.
The suicides of Anitha, Pradeepa and Subhashree – all NEET aspirants – reflect just how badly our education system has failed Dalit women.
आषाढ़ के महीने में गुवाहाटी के कामाख्या मंदिर की देवी को माहवारी होती है। देवी को होने वाली इस सालाना माहवारी का भक्त पूरे साल इंतज़ार करते हैं।
This oppressed typecasting of Muslim women, as the rest of society has made it out to be and accordingly judged us, can be repudiated.
Where families don’t impose restrictions and threaten their children for what think is a transgression of societal norms, other bodies such as caste panchayats jump in, turning honour killings into an episodic issue in the country.