The draconian Transgender Bill 2016 violates the rights of transgender persons. The bill must be stopped and the Accept the recommendations of the community and Standing Committee must be accepted.
Recently, Feminism In India has been subject to a deluge of criticism from many in the right wing. In this statement, we would like to clarify our stances on many of the issues we have been criticised for.
Women across India will march for change on April 4, 2019, and beyond. Together, we will reclaim and vote for our constitutional rights as citizens of a democratic republic. #WomenMarch4Change
Statement On Sexual Harassment Allegations Against Stalin K Co-Founder And Managing Trustee of Video...
The response by Video Volunteers towards the adult survivours of sexual abuse and harassment at the workplace perpetrated by Stalin K has been brahmanical and patriarchal in that it has attempted to discount, victim-blame and disempower the survivors while protecting the perpetrator.
Trans, Gender Nonconforming & Intersex Collectives Strongly Condemn Kinnar Akhara’s Support For Ram Temple
Trans, gender nonconforming & intersex groups resist the saffronisation of trans and intersex spaces and condemn support for the Ram Temple.
This Women’s Day 2018 we come together to celebrate our solidarities and our resistance to the brazen patriarchal, casteist, communal and regressive forces that are operating with utter impunity in the country. Together we reaffirm our commitment to building a violence-free, just society.
We, a collective of women's groups, queer groups, NGOs, students, and academics working in the field of gender, sexuality and education, across India strongly recommend and reiterate that for all the recommendations given here, the policy and thereafter, the Government of India and State Governments must ensure that there is a proactive strengthening of democracy within educational institutions.
We find however, that organisations like the Coalition for the Abolition of Prostitution International (CAP Intl) persist in erroneously viewing all women in sex work as victims of trafficking and violence denying them the very right to call themselves workers.
On the 23rd of July 2016, an undergraduate student of Jadavpur University, Ekalavya Chaudhuri, was exposed via Facebook for sexual harassment of over a dozen women, some of them minors, over a three-year period, via texts, online messages and molestation.
#IWillGoOut is a collective of individuals and organisations across various cities in India that strongly denounces Violence Against Women and advocates for women’s right to be seen, heard and be in public spaces at any given time without question or fear.