This year’s New York Times Bestseller Lists have boasted 40-50% young adult books by authors of colour, and the message is clear: readers want more than just your cookie-cutter, cishet white stories.
While men too face disadvantages in the patriarchal system, can we call it “oppression”? Marilyn Frye answers these in her work 'Oppression'.
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.
As a feminist, as a woman and as someone who does not give two hoots for the gender and sexual binary, The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A Fuck made me feel as though I am someone who does not deserve self-help.
For me, the most interesting part of this story lay in the fact that it is based in Delhi as the city and as the college life campus; it has moments which are relatable, whether they are big or little milestones of life. The story is simple and a reminder of how there are so many points in a person's lives where they struggle
Have you been told to behave 'like a girl’? Well, here are the stories of fifty-six women who broke the rules to forge new paths for themselves and others.
Mannequin is an individual’s personal exploration of the changing relationship between fashion and feminism.
Read more and more literature written by women of colour, especially Muslim women living in conflict areas.
The gender politics within the context of the warring ideologies of conservatism and progression is explored with nuance in Persepolis.
I would give up the unessential; I would give up my money, I would give my life for my children; but I wouldn’t give myself. I can’t make it more clear; it’s only something which I am beginning to comprehend, which is revealing itself to me.