The tag of immorality attached to women's laughter reflects in popular culture, mythic tales and also in the general political discourse.
Where I was growing up, domestic abuse are normalised to such an extent that nobody even seems to consider it a problem anymore.
School dress codes teaches girls to take shame in their bodies and treat it as not something natural, but something that is deeply shameful.
Though Karunanidhi had his flaws, his welfare schemes changed the lives of thousands of women all over the state.
Rajasthan High Court's regressive ruling reinforces the sexist stereotypes against menstruating women and delegitimises their feelings.
While the social justice collectives in National Law School provide a safe space for its students, it also suffers from biases of its own.
In the Government Degree College, Baramulla, female students are constantly shamed by their professors for wearing makeup or talking to boys.
Platform technologies could facilitate the formalization of domestic work and ensure domestic workers’ rights. But are they?
The Assam Registry is touted by some as a much-needed count of the refugees in the country, but is poorly veiled symbol of India's xenophobia.
Street sexual harassment in forms of groping and stalking and the lack of corrective public policies hinder women's right to public space.