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Apr 29, 2017
A Suitable Girl: An acclaimed documentary takes a look at arranged marriages in IndiaA Suitable Girl premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on 22 April 2017 and won the Albert Maysles prize for Best Documentary Director.
Apr 24, 2017
Marital rape: Legitimised by law, protected by courtsThe marital rape question remains untouched by courts because the myth of familial zone of privacy perpetrated by the State needs to be kept alive.
Apr 23, 2017
Dev DD: An unimaginative portrayal of an empowered female protagonist by ALTBalajiYou might want to hold back the applause for this apparent smashing of inhibitions and norms, because the duniya of feminism in Dev DD is actually a massive bore.
Apr 22, 2017
Feminism is not about shutting things down. It's about claiming your pleasure: Geeta PatelGeeta Patel, author of Risky Bodies & Techno-intimacy, talks to us about feminism, colonialism and how not to be a 'dunda-bearer' of any kind.
Apr 21, 2017
Muslim women do not need savingIt is essential to look past this stereotype to recognise the agency of Muslim women.
Apr 16, 2017
Dangal, Pink, Piku to Queen: How does Hindi cinema fare on the Bechdel Test?Perhaps it’s a good time to refine the metrics we use to classify “good” cinema, and how they represent people.
Apr 09, 2017
Women in the workplace: Dealing with micro-aggression and micro-invalidationIt's because women have to deal with microaggressions that are everywhere, every hour, all the time
Apr 09, 2017
Kumar Sundaram row: Being progressive is no excuse for activist groups to ignore gender issuesMasculinity and sexism within progressive collectives have been allowed to persist because the questions on gender issues are always under-prioritised to make way for discussions about “issues which actually matter” or are ”larger concerns”.
Apr 07, 2017
Vikas Bahl, Kumar Sundaram, Jude Anthany Joseph: Why does the sexism of 'liberal' men surprise us?We are shocked, totally shocked, that a man who made Queen or the man who ran Tehelka or the man who revived dastangoi or a man who worked on nuclear non-proliferation or a man who chronicled Dalit liberation could molest a woman. But should we be?
Apr 06, 2017
Taapsee Pannu's role in Naam Shabana is an indication of the new Hindi film heroine’s cloutNaam Shabana is — in a way — a coronation of Taapsee Pannu as an icon for Bollywood’s newfound love for onscreen feminism.