#LoveSexandTech is documenting anonymous stories of violence, surveillance, intimidation and violations of internet space caused by ex or current lovers.
India has a thriving market for online dating. Then why are young people turning to the “Sima aunties” for their big, fat Indian wedding?
Danial K Afzal, who recently released a short film on the struggles of a rape survivor, opens up about the reluctance of talking about rape in Pakistan, and why films have the power to mobilise.
Early this week, the Indian Navy deployed its first set of women combat aviators in frontline warships.
In the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, a man ripped open his pregnant wife’s belly to find out if it was a boy.
The investigating officer blaming the survivor for being out late at night, and without a man, intensified the anger.
In stories of women who do not find mentions on social media or mainstream news, I found real acts of feminism that were a far cry from the “visible” heroes who I thought empowered me.
"One day, I started sweeping, filling water and washing clothes. When my brothers and father would come back from work, I would serve them food. Slowly, they started supporting too."
“People say things like ‘Go back to your boyfriend’, or ‘You belong in the kitchen’ and just automatically assume you are incompetent if you're a girl.”
Photographer Rhea Gupte documents young female football players defying gender expectations.
Censoring the Internet, Locking up Women and Other Problematic Ideas Indian Ministers Are Suggesting to Prevent Rape
From suggesting that rapists should be publicly lynched by a mob to blaming Muslims, alcohol and even the victim, here are some ridiculous suggestions offered by our honourable ministers.
From cooking and sewing lessons to PPTs on the importance of obedience, his ‘Dulhan Course’ covers it all.