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Imperfections
Imperfections

We all have fond memories of our childhood. My best ones though, come with a pinch of salt. Because as I was growing up, I was constantly mocked and teased by my relatives and teachers about how short I was. Every time I topped my class, or when I was chosen...

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Understanding Gender Roles
Understanding Gender Roles

Gender roles have been around for centuries. A quick look back at the history of civilization shows us that traditionally, men have been the fixers of the world and women, the nurturers. And while there have been exceptions to this standard pattern...

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Aren't women 'empowered' already?
Aren't women 'empowered' already?

You see us today, walking in our tic-toc heels, smashing stereotypes with the swing of our expensive handbags. You see us today, rolling our eyes at men who expect us to sit at home and be the good wife. You see us today...

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How to be More Inclusive
How to be More Inclusive

Gender inclusivity is not limited to equal pay and equal rights. It includes the way we perceive others on the basis of gender, the ideas we attach to them, and the daily practices we follow. It is each person’s right to live and engage in an environment that is respectful...

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Nutrition & Body Positivity
Nutrition & Body Positivity

 Our culture is seemingly obsessed with washboard abs and skinny waists that seem too good to be true. These perceived ideals of beauty have taken over our lives, so much so that nutrition and being fit have almost always been ignored.

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I am NOT Wonder Woman
I am NOT Wonder Woman

What is it that still holds us back? Our rearing, the work environment, lack of support, or all of it? Simone de Beauvoir in ‘the Second Sex’ rightly says, “One is not born a woman, but becomes one”.  

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Raising a Feminist Father
Raising a Feminist Father

My father grew up with three sisters. That’s three times the pain of seeing someone you love, leave. He was probably not a feminist back then. He understood and accepted the ways a patriarchal society works.

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The Monthly Taboo - Period myths in India
The Monthly Taboo - Period myths in India

Once a month, women bleed in a natural biological dance that signifies - “hey, no baby for you this time!” Simple? Well. yes. But over the decades, people have been incredibly innovative in interpreting what it could mean instead. 

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The darker side of womanhood
The darker side of womanhood

Switch on the television and browse through any Indian Channel. You’ll notice, and this is interesting, that every daily soap that you’ll come across has at least one female character who’s the devil incarnate. And it’s not just in the recent times

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When women stand by women
When women stand by women

She snoozed the alarm thrice before switching it off altogether. Her dreams were so much warmer than the marble floor. She was walking up the stage to receive her first Oscar for Best Actress. Without warning, the dream crashed...

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Women who won't Shut Up
Women who won't Shut Up

All too often, when we see injustices, both great and small, we think, That's terrible, but we do nothing. We say nothing. We let other people fight their own battles. We remain silent because silence is easier...

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Bra – A Woman’s Best Frenemy
Bra – A Woman’s Best Frenemy

It all starts with a Sports Bra. When a girl hits the 12-year mark and her smooth chest decides it’s time to get some attention. And so begins the painful, exciting and somewhat fascinating journey of boobies...

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