Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Art & Poetry

In this section, find articles on Indian feminist art activism (artivism) by Feminism in India.

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How To Be A Perfect Girlfriend [Poem]

Perfect girlfriend 101: First of all, stop being such a feminist.
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Feminism Is Unfair, You Say? [Poem]

Unfair, when I have to counsel my own harasser.
Call me Feminazi [Poem]

Call me Feminazi [Poem]

Breaking down the feminazi myth, one prose at a time.
Do You Look Like A Feminist? [Poem]

Do You Look Like A Feminist? [Poem]

What looking like a feminist can do to personal feminisms.
Praatohkrityo: A Dance Theatre Led By Women

Praatohkrityo: A Dance Theatre Led By Women

Praatohkrityo - an urban ritual led by five women.

Here Is A Cartoon That Thanks Women Who Fought For Us

Women are not women's worst enemies, patriarchy is!
That Sweatshirt! [Poem]

That Sweatshirt! [Poem]

Does it still remember how you wished it wasn't there?

It Starts With Genitalia [Poem]

It starts with genitalia, it ends when you own it.

7 Indian Feminist Poets You Need To Know About

March 21 is celebrated annually as World Poetry Day and we bring you seven fiery Indian feminist poets and their poetry.

Kadak Collective: Questioning The Status Quo One Art(Tea) At A Time

The Kadak Collective aims to tell more stories, share different experiences through the medium of sequential storytelling.

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Colourism: Will The Indian Society Never Learn?

Colourism: Will The Indian Society Never Learn?

Sadly, Bollywood has not yet become “woke” enough to check their own standards of beauty and the rampant colourism, much less apologize for it.
Here Is Why I Shall Not Leave My Tattoos At The Door

Here Is Why I Shall Not Leave My Tattoo At The Door

Tattoos may be a form of art that a segment of the young generation is rapidly lapping up, but there are important spaces where they are still a taboo.
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Rani Kittur Chennamma: India’s Valiant Freedom Fighter | #IndianWomenInHistory

Kittur Chennamma, queen of Kittur, was an Indian ruler to lead an armed rebellion against the British East India Company. Even though her attempt failed, she was an inspiration for the upcoming freedom fighters.