Kalank unabashedly glorifies toxic love, co-dependence in the name of marriage, and the male ego.
In Conversation With Tanzila Khan: Author, Disability Rights Activist, And The Founder Of Girlythings
Girlythings, launched by Tanzila Khan, is an application-based start-up, which provides delivery service for products related to women’s menstrual hygiene.
Sharat Katariya’s Dum Laga Ke Haisha has seriously raised the bar for female representation as well as for thoughtful and sensitive character developments for male leads in Bollywood films.
Breastfeeding Support for Indian Mothers founded by Adhunika Prakash and the #FreedomToNurse initiative has gained a lot of attention on the online forums. What is it?
In Purdah to Piccadilly, Zarina Bhatty documents her journey from pre-Partition India to going to London for further studies to pursuing a PhD despite facing family opposition.
Spoken word poetry builds a powerful platform for artists to speak on various social issues through their own identities. Here's a list of performers every spoken word enthusiast must listen to.
How has the consumption of Indian television shows changed the Indian viewers – or are the shows merely a reflection of the changing Indian values?
The obvious lack of a strong women protagonist in most movies adds to the prevailing myth that women need protection and only men can be protectors.
Ashwathi Rajappan has filed their nomination from Ernakulam constituency where a high profile contest between major parties, the Indian National Congress and Communist Party of India (Marxist), is underway.
Girish Karnad, through Nagamandala, exposes the exploitation and incarceration of women that occurs through the institution of marriage.