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Women in Male-Dominated Workplaces

By Akanksha Pandey   For eons, the egregiously gendered segregation of work across cultures dissuaded women from venturing beyond the socially deemed prudent role of a “caregiver” at home, in the manifold avatars of a mother, wife, daughter or a sister. Her mobility [...]Read more
 

Does Sexism obstruct Brain Research?

By Nidhi Bajpai   One of the challenges of studying gender differences has been accounting for the role of culture. Women, even today, are expected to remain confined to the four walls of the house. Working outside home is considered a highway road for them. If one chooses [...]Read more
 

Social Causes of The Declining Mental Health of Indian Women

By Akanksha Pandey   Samdosha, Samagnischa, Samadhatumalkriya; Prasannatmendriyamanah, Swastha iti abhidhiyate                                                                                                                                                      (Sushrut [...]Read more
 

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
 

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