A poem about my anxiety. (And maybe yours.)
It's been a while. But today is International Women's Day, and Captain Marvel came out here (it's fantastic), so I'd like to share a short essay I've written on Intersectional Feminism for one of my earlier assignments.
Earlier today, the Supreme Court finally repealed Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code. This archaic law (which was introduced by the British in 1862) criminalised sexual activities “against the order of nature”, including consensual homosexual sexual activities.
THIS IS A PLEA FOR HELP. Two students, waiting for a bus, were run over by public transport vehicles that was racing to get passengers, violating road safety regulations. Due to this, students
I wish you could post this to r/theonion, I really do. But no, here we are. The Ministry of Health of India posted the following tweet earlier. #Depression is a state of
If you haven't heard yet, the Thomson Reuters Foundation released a report on women's safety - The World's Most Dangerous Country for Women.
I want you to take a deep breath and repeat after me: my sexuality is human. It might be a hard pill for most of us to swallow - especially if we've grown up around mildly obese aunties telling us to not wear shorts kyunki log kya kahenge?
Known widely as "Motaben", which happens to be Gujarati for "elder sister", Anasuya Sarabhai remains a pioneer in pushing for equal rights for women in labour.