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How can gender equality benefit men?
How can gender equality benefit men?

Gender inequality is often perceived as a problem that affects women. And it’s only understandable, given that the child sex ratio in the country as per the previous census records stands at 914 girls for every 1000 boys. This statistic, while true, does not present...

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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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The Clitoris - A Simple Guide
The Clitoris - A Simple Guide

Our bodies are truly fascinating - while we look out for external sources to enhance our sexual pleasure, little do we know that it’s our own body that can do so much more! Let’s cut to the chase. In case you’ve used a hand mirror or even examined your genital area...

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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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Periods Beyond Gender
Periods Beyond Gender

Gender doesn’t have to be black or white. The idea that gender has to be binary i.e. either male or female is a social construct, just like the idea that periods are experienced merely by women and are a symbol of ‘womanhood’ is.

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Consent - What we need to teach our boys
Consent - What we need to teach our boys

Consent, in and to any relation, should be a matter of right - when a girlfriend says it to her boyfriend, when a wife says it to her husband; indeed, when any woman says it to a man, it should be the last word.

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Breaking Stereotypes - One sport at a time
Breaking Stereotypes - One sport at a time

A decade ago, I remember watching Chak De! India and distinctly recollect the discourse it started. The prejudices and apathy that Indian women in sports faced, were brought...

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When sisters reclaim Raksha Bandhan
When sisters reclaim Raksha Bandhan

In July last year, I went to rural Haryana as part of fieldwork on primary education for children. During the survey, as a part of trust building we would tell the respondents about us...

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