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Afghan women and the advent of Taliban

By Akanksha Pandey TW// Mention of death “One could not count the moons that shimmer on her roof, or the thousand splendid suns that hide behind her walls.” Afghan-American novelist Khaled Hosseini’s poignant ode to the conflict-ravaged nation, translated from Saib-e-Tabrizi’s [...]Read more

A Feminist Perspective on the Olympics

By Disha Sarna   Olympics are important in feminist discourse because they challenge the ideas of traditional femininity, showcase women’s strength and highlight key ideas in feminism like intersectionality and inclusion. Surprisingly, when the Olympics started in 1894, only [...]Read more
The Indian Red-Letter Days

The Indian Red-Letter Days

By Akanksha Pandey   Menstruation, while the dictionary defines it as, “a cyclical discharging of blood secretions, and tissue debris from the uterus that recurs in non-pregnant breeding-age primate females”, its societal definition has little to do with these complex [...]Read more
Blog on Feminism, Gender and Pop Music

Feminism, Gender and Pop Music

  Perhaps the best thing that music is known for is its universality. It has been known to cross the barriers of language, space and time, which makes one wonder whether it has been able to cross the barrier of gender. This article is an attempt to answer this question by [...]Read more

The Pride Month Golden Narrative: The Madras HC Judgement By Justice Venkatesh Instills Hope Among The LGBTQIA+ Community

Sushama and Another v. Commissioner of Police and others is a case that is drawing our attention and that too for all the right reasons.  A briefing of the case: The solicitors were a lesbian couple who fled from their respective  homes after their parents rejected their [...]Read more

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