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.
As a woman who’s lived in Delhi for over a decade, I know that just having more women around on public transport can dramatically change the way women occupy public spaces that have been denied to them for generations.
As a woman, no matter how talented you are, you will be doubted.
Put in place in August because “thighs attract boys”, the St. Francis College for Women scrapped its regressive dress code after its students protested against it.
Homosexuality is not a crime in the country but conversion therapy and persecution are rampant.
It's time that women ran the world.
And for a good reason.