Riot Grrrl is a revision of feminism, a fuck-your-girl-hating, lipstick wearing, violence resisting empowerment that still reverberates today.
For September, FII collaborated with Khoj International Artists' Association and co-hosted a Wikipedia Editathon on Women In Contemporary Indian Art.
The repeated use of goddess worship to symbolise an ‘Indian’ woman is problematic and brings forth several questions.
This is the true story of three women (names changed) who applied to work at a unisex salon and were pressurised into performing sexual services.
CSE covers a range of issues in an age and stage appropriate manner. It benefits people of all ages, genders and sexual identities!
Hardly any schools in India implement comprehensive sexuality education in their curriculum. Issues of puberty, relationships, gender roles and body image are issues that all children and young people struggle with, but which are ignored in their formal education.
Kalmuhi is an Instagram page featuring feminist art on female bodies and sexuality, started by Pranjali Dubey.
Sarah Naqvi creates art that attempts to chip away at the patriarchal construct of the "ideal woman" by portraying women simply as they are.
It is important for us to pay attention to the real usage of these words because casually throwing them around trivialises the mental illnesses they refer to.
The Aravani Art Project, created by Poornima Sukumar, aims to create a collective space for the transgender community by creating public art.