Optimism The Right Way: Rytasha Talks Self-Love and Body Positivity

Optimism The Right Way: Rytasha Talks Self-Love and Body Positivity

Body positivity for Rytasha Rathore, is to not hate your body but to try and make it the best version of itself.
How Can Women & Non-Binary People Combat Online Violence?

Watch: How Can Women & Non-Binary People Combat Online Violence? | #DigitalHifazat

Here are some digital security tips to keep yourself protected from online violence and abuse, by Japleen Pasricha, Founder-Director of FII.
Cancer: 0 | Roshini: 1  |  Beating Cancer To Defeat Her Insecurities

Cancer: 0 | Roshini: 1 | Beating Cancer To Defeat Her Insecurities

Vitamin Stree spoke to Roshini Kumar, photographer, master of her own will, as she 'Pills the Beans on surviving cancer at 14.
Watch: How Has The Indian Government Failed Dalit Women?

Watch: How Has The Indian Government Failed Dalit Women?

Has India failed its Dalit women? By all development indices, Dalit women continue to have the least access to resources, says Asha Kowtal.
LGBT की भाषा अगर पल्ले नहीं पड़ती तो आपके लिए है ये वीडियो

LGBT की भाषा अगर पल्ले नहीं पड़ती तो आपके लिए है ये वीडियो

आयुषी ने इस वीडियो के ज़रिये बेहद सरल हिंदी भाषा में जेंडर और यौनिकता की परतों को उजागर करते हुए इसपर दर्शकों की समझ बनाने का सार्थक प्रयास किया है|
Engendered Study On How Ads Perpetuate Gender Stereotypes

A Study By Engendered Reveals How Diwali Ads Stereotype Women

Engendered analysed 80 print and audiovisual ads from the Diwali blitz period to study them for gender norms and gender stereotypes.
The Barbie Effect - Dolls, Beauty Standards and Body Image Issues

The Barbie Effect – Dolls, Beauty Standards and Body Image Issues

Since its invention in 1959, Barbie doll has been setting unrealistic beauty standards, influencing a lot of young girls around the world to believe that being 5’9”, weighing about 50 kilos, having F-cup breasts and stick thin limbs is the way to go!
Bano Nayi Soch: #UnstereotypeCinema – A Campaign by Oxfam India and FII

Watch: Four Videos That Demand That We #UnstereotypeCinema.

Based on a study by Oxfam India, FII created a series of four short videos, focusing on different aspects of Indian cinema, and how they reinforce patriarchy in various forms.
To Cup Or Not To Cup: A Lowdown On The Menstrual Cup

To Cup Or Not To Cup: A Lowdown On The Menstrual Cup

There are many options to deal with menstrual health and hygiene, which are rarely considered, including the menstrual cup.
Watch: Women Tell Their Abortion Stories

Watch: Women Tell Their Abortion Stories

The silence around abortion makes women who have had them feel further stigmatized, and further isolates those who might be seeking abortions.

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All That Is Good About Sex And The City – Here Are 4 Reasons Why

4 Reasons Why All Is Good About Sex And The City

Fifteen years ago, with its last episode, Sex and the City gave a whole new definition to female solidarity. While the underlying flaws in the series cannot be overlooked, it can also not be denied that the show has been an integral part of the popular culture.
Sant Ravidas And His Fight Against Casteism

Sant Ravidas And His Fight Against Casteism

Ravidas, also famously called as Raidas, was a cobbler, saint, poet, philosopher, and social reformer, all rolled into one, who employed bhakti as a method of social protest against the centuries-old system of untouchability. Some mistake his trajectory of spiritualism for sanskritisation.
How Harmful Is Patriarchy To Men And Boys

How Harmful Is Patriarchy To Men And Boys?

Due to widespread patriarchy, boys often end up ignoring the possibility of sexual assaults and when they happen, they find it hard to believe it to be true. The toxic masculinity has internalised the idea that men can’t be raped or harassed.