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Rebecca Solnit’s Cinderella Liberator is a feminist, rather a realist twist to the classic fairytale

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Rebecca Solnit is an American writer who writes on a variety of subjects, including feminism, the environment, politics, place, and art. She is an author of seventeen books as well as essays in numerous museum catalogues and anthologies. Recently, I had […]

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All Hail The Goddess

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Pandals (tents) and processions, pandits (priests) and devotees are thronging up and down on the streets of Begusarai – a small district in the state of Bihar in India. This is the month of October – the month of worshiping […]

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I Spoke With Swara Bhasker and That Made My Day

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I have had a connection with Swara Bhasker for a long time. Time and again, we have connected through social media. Well, this time it was different and even more awesome! She was live on Instagram and I got to […]

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‘Tareefan’ Is A Tight Slap On The Faces Of All Who Have Given Women The Second-Class-Citizen Treatment

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FINALLY WE HAVE A SONG WHERE “THEY” (Ji Wahi – Mard Log) ARE OUT OF FOCUS, NAKED, DRAPED IN WHITE SHEETS AND VOMITING COZ THEY CANNOT HOLD THEIR LIQUOR! I can’t tell you how happy I am that we have […]

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The Aziz Ansari Episode Opens Discussion On Why Sex Education Is Important

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The entire Aziz Ansari episode – and the fact that it has divided opinions into two clear camps – is actually a big eye-opener. It is in no way an end of the #MeToo campaign but it opens the gates to something […]

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MANNING THE MCPs?

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India is a purushpradhan society, a torchbearer of patriarchy; so much so thatChauvinism has become the flagship of Incredible India. There is no dearth of Male Chauvinist Pigs (MCPs) in this country. Be it a town or a village, a sub-urb or a rural belt, […]

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