Feminist News Wrap – Sabarimala Debate, The Printing Machine & National Conference For Women...

Temples & SexismIn yet another first, a woman has been selected unanimously as president of the trust that governs the famous Shani Shinganapur temple....
How Far Can We Go With Segregated Spaces For Women?

How Far Can We Go With Segregated Spaces For Women?

Should segregated spaces like women's-only liquor shop be celebrated?

In Photos: Indigenous Women Who Pass Down Land To Their Daughters

In northeastern India's mountainous state of Meghalaya, youngest daughters inherit the land—and the ancient food heritage of their mothers.

Pakistani Comic Team Muhafiz Throws Light On Child Marriage As A Tradition

"Rise in violent extremism, sectarian and religious hate narratives in Pakistan has driven the need for a counter narrative", says Team Muhafiz

Feminist News Wrap: Tamil Nadu’s Dress Codes, UP’s Panchayat Elections and Women’s Football

The Culture of MisogynyOn November 23 2014, an aggrieved family approached the Sunghadi police in Pilibhit (UP) with a complaint that their daughter had been...

Chris Gayle, Lad Culture And What I’m Learning As An Online Sports Journalist

Yesterday, Chris Gayle ‘Lad of the Lads’ played a strong knock at the Big Bash League. Of course, this prompted journalist Mel McLaughlin to ask him about his performance and what he “looked forward to.”

Pressing The Panic Button On Women’s Autonomy

The Indian state has always been paternalistic in its attitude toward women, looking upon them as creatures needing protection, with no will of their own. The surveillance cameras and the panic buttons all fit in with this mindset of women being considered helpless creatures needing protection.

Feminist News Wrap – Infosys Rape Case, Oinam Bembem Devi & Shani Shingnapur Protest

The Culture of MisogynyAIIMS has initiated a departmental inquiry and issued a show-cause notice to a senior resident on duty for alleged negligence in...

Tweetchat: The ABC Of Loitering In Hyderabad #WhyLoiter

"All protests are not marches, some are strolls," says the #WhyLoiter campaign to encourage women to assert their right to safe public spaces.#WhyLoiter’s agenda is...
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House Work? What’s That? Caregiving and (Un)Paid Work

The share of women's care-giving and unpaid work is 51% compared to only 33% of men's unpaid work in India.

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Sexism Is In The Air: Female Flight Attendants Await Their Feminist Revolution

Using Female flight attendants to sexually titillate the passengers is result of a deeply sexist mindset which has resulted in the aviation industry having an unequal and unsafe work environment.

Chandrayaan 2: The Rocket Women Breaking The Glass Ceilings In STEM

Developed by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Chandrayaan-2 is India’s second lunar exploration mission after Chandrayaan-1, to the Moon’s South Polar Region.
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.