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In this series, we feature people and organisations who have done groundbreaking work in the field of gender, sexuality, women’s rights and the likes to get an insight into their lives and their work. More and more people are joining the feminist movement and working on gender and we wish to bring them in the limelight, one life at a time.

In Conversation With Shantha Sinha: The Anti-Child Labour Activist

In Conversation With Shantha Sinha: The Anti-Child Labour Activist

Professor Shantha Sinha has been an anti-child labour activist for the past 35 years, and was among the earliest voices in the country fighting for the rights of children to attain a formal education.
Caste And Human Rights: In Conversation with Judith Anne Lal

Caste And Human Rights: In Conversation with Judith Anne Lal

Judith Anne Lal is a human rights activist and researcher working with National Campaign On Dalit Human Rights.
In Conversation With Lalsu Nogoti: An Adivasi lawyer And Social Activist

In Conversation With Lalsu Nogoti: An Adivasi Lawyer And Social Activist

Lalsu Nogoti is an independent elected member of the Zila Parishad and is the first lawyer from the Madia Gond Adivasi community in that district.
In Conversation With Rola Yasmine: Women in Conflict Areas And Their Reproductive Rights

In Conversation With Rola Yasmine: Women in Conflict Areas And Their Reproductive Rights

Read our interview with Rola Yasmine, The founder of The A-Project, Lebanon, where she speaks about her work with Syrian women refugees.
"All Romantic Experiences Are Essentially Caste Experiences": In Conversation With Jyotsna Siddharth

“All Romantic Experiences Are Essentially Caste Experiences”: In Conversation With Jyotsna Siddharth

We interviewed Jyotsna Siddharth, an actor and a writer, who is also the founder of Project-Anti-Caste, Love and Dalit Feminism Archive.

In Conversation With Shobhika Kalra: Changing Landscapes One Ramp At A Time

Meet Shobhika Kalra, the co-founder of Wings of Angelz, who took it upon herself to make the world wheelchair accessible, one ramp at a time.
In Conversation With Saba Khalid: The Creator Of Raaji Chatbot

In Conversation With Saba Khalid: The Creator Of Raaji Chatbot

Raaji is a chatbot app developed by Saba Khalid which is available on the Google Play Store developed for girls and women in developing countries.
In Conversation With Dr Padma Rammoorthy: The Founder Of Medhealth TV

In Conversation With Dr Padma Rammoorthy: The Founder Of MedHealth TV

Read our exclusive interview with Dr Padma Rammoorthy, the founder of MedHealth TV, an online portal offering resources on maternal health.

In Conversation With Aqui Thami: The Founder Of Sister Library

Through Sister Library, Aqui Thami aims to create a space where women authors can be read. It will be the first community-owned feminist library in India.

On Babasaheb And Filmmaking: In Conversation With Jyoti Nisha

For scholar and filmmaker Jyoti Nisha, this is a story sprawled over 8 different locations and it has taken her over 2 years, and a successful crowdfunding campaign for it to come together in the form of her feature-length documentary B.R. Ambedkar – Now and Then.

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Kabir Singh: The Poster Boy For Toxic Masculinity

Kabir Singh: The Poster Boy For Toxic Masculinity

With a predictable plot, unnecessary violence, the resurgence of a broken hero and typical stalker-turned-lover relation, Kabir Singh is a painful three-hour experience for the viewer.
These Are The 15 Women Who Helped Draft The Indian Constitution/इन 15 महिलाओं ने भारतीय संविधान बनाने में दिया था अपना योगदान

These Are The 15 Women Who Helped Draft The Indian Constitution

On this Republic Day, let us take a look at the fifteen powerful women who helped draft the Indian Constitution.
When A Dupatta and A Nose Ring Become Agents Of Patriarchy

When A Dupatta and A Nose Ring Become Agents Of Patriarchy

Coming from a conservative Muslim family where your male cousins won’t even look at you if you are not wearing a dupatta, I have always felt that my body was constantly scrutinised and kept under the male gaze.