Modesty of Dress And Indian Culture

Dear Sir/Madam,I write to complain about the abysmal standards of modesty I am noticing in Indian society. All bad things--sensationalist TV, obscene movies, diabetes...

Of Vigilantism, Mob Justice and its Side Effects

The recent case of a middle-aged man in Rajasthan who allegedly tried to rape a teenaged girl has gone viral. The reason for this particular...
Karva Chauth: Expectation Vs Reality

Limited period: Karva Chauth, One Day Offer For Increasing The Life Span Of Your...

Ladies, do you LOVE your husbands?Then for you, and only you, we have a limited time, one day offer to increase the life span...

Swachh Bharat, but for whom ?

Hindus, who compromise the majority of our country, are a weird people.One of the underlying tenets of Hinduism is the concept of purity. The...

Endogamous Love: On Love Jihad & Marriages In India

"Love is profoundly political. Our deepest revolution will come when we understand this truth. Only love can give us the strength to go forward...

Ray Rice and the Inescapable Machismo of American Sports Culture

 Ever since video footage of American football player Ray Rice brutally assaulting his fiancé in an elevator was leaked, America has been involved in...

Motherhood and Benevolent Misogyny

"These days, sexism is a bit like Meryl Streep, in a new film: sometimes you don’t recognise it straightaway. You can be up to...

A game of target naming: On Deepika, Shweta & Suzette

Let's play a game! That game would be victim-blaming, female shaming, target naming, scapegoat framing. All of them sides of the same multi-dimensional terrestrial...

Will you marry a “Raped” girl?

The problematic use of "raped" girl in the recent video by WTF India calls on people to reflect on how we perceive a survivor of sexual harassment.

An open letter to the Founder of IITIIMshaadi.com

IITIIMshaadi, a matrimonial website for men to search women from a relatively reputed institute to ensure patriarchal balance stays intact.

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Anuradha Koirala: The Woman Who Rescued More Than 12,000 Girls From Sex Trafficking

Anuradha Koirala has rescued 12,000 girls in her journey of 20 years. It is believed that 12,000 is the same number of girls and women trafficked to India each year.

Here Is A Step By Step Guide To Manage Savarna Privilege

The current regime that gleams on the suffering of minorities has given us a new brand of thinkers and activists, and to understand this phenomenon we have to confront Savarna Feminism.
10 Women With Disabilities Whose Achievements We Should Be Celebrating

10 Women With Disabilities Whose Achievements In 2018 We Should Be Celebrating

While both psychological and physical disabilities are stigmatised by society, here are ten women with disability who kicked ass in 2018.