Men like Hugh Hefner remain powerful, relevant, as their female peers cease to exist in the wonderful Playboy universe.
On 30th June, the lower house of the German Parliament legalized same-sex marriages for Germany. In this stead, this piece analyzes why this move of the German Parliament is so significant given the turbulent history of same-sex legislation in Germany.
The Indian American community needs to take a hard look at its apolitical complacency in Trump's USA - model minority status notwithstanding.
The story of a team of African-American women mathematicians who served a vital role in NASA during the early years of the US space program.
Who even decided to confine women to the private sphere in the first place? Who decided it was a good idea to restrict women’s mobility and then justify it on the basis of "fear" or "safety"? These are important questions to ask because they shape the lives of many women in South Asia. Access to public spaces is the fundamental right of women and Girls on Bikes is doing a great job at fighting for that right and trying to change social attitudes towards women being in public spaces one pedal at a time!
Three young Indian women discuss the effects of the global gag rule, a decision taken by seven white men in the USA, on SRHR work in India.
A new music video titled Hwages shows Saudi women doing everything they can't do in rea life in Saudi Arabia like driving among others.
Digital Rights Foundation headed by Nighat Dad is a one of its kind organization in Pakistan which is working towards the digital rights in the country. It recently launched a helpline for women to report cyber harassment.
It is important to talk about Hillary Clinton. It is important, even for someone who was not a stakeholder in the U.S elections of 2016, the campaign for which went on for much longer than healthy or necessary.
The South Asia One Billion Rising was launched at Tewa Center, Kathmandu, Nepal on September 19, 2016 as a part of the global movement One Billion Rising.