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Sep 15, 2019
Man Booker Prize nominated writer Lucy Ellmann: 'I don't consider originality such an outlandish aim for a novelist'In an interview with Firstpost, Man Booker-nominated writer Lucy Ellmann talks about her latest book, Ducks, Newburyport, her need for a "second loo", and why she prefers Anne Elliot's story over Elizabeth Bennet's.
Aug 31, 2019
How the Indian classical dance industry created a troubling culture of dependency on marriageThe unique relationship of the classical dance industry with marriage was born in mid-20th century India, when the Devadasi system was abolished and dance was appropriated into the upper caste.
Jul 27, 2019
In Georgian valley, war-scarred women battle tradition, fiercely patriarchal society to make a livingThe Syrian war has directly affected at least one other woman in Georgian valley, who has also faced prejudice in trying to raise a family alone.
Jun 24, 2019
Lack of gender diversity in Indian science and tech universities perpetrates a toxic bro-cultureA modern education institute is not truly revolutionary if it still supports and practices the regressive systemic inequalities.
Jun 13, 2019
Forced sex fantasies and rape culture: What does one have to do with the other?How can the many women who experience rape fantasies, but reject rape culture, reconcile their erogeny and ideology, especially in an era of heightened cultural scrutiny?
May 07, 2019
On what it takes to puncture a manel and overcome internalised conditioning in a patriarchyAs a journalist, a writer, a poet or as someone invested in gender issues, if I am invited to speak publicly, there is often a pattern to the sequence of events that unfold. There are aspects of internalised conditioning that I have to work against to publicly be as full and true a version of myself as I want to be.
Apr 25, 2019
Lok Sabha polls: Patriarchy shrouds women's vote in Bundelkhand as men go all out to ensure status quoThe unpaved road leads to a haphazard colony of mostly makeshift and a few pucca houses in Uttar Pradesh’s Bundelkhand region.
Apr 25, 2019
Devdutt Pattanaik on his new book Faith: 'Myths are a necessary part of the human condition, not just ancient times'In his latest book Faith, Devdutt Pattanaik attempts to meticulously explain the various aspects of Hinduism that might baffle the modern practitioner, even the most seemingly irrelevant ones
Apr 15, 2019
Abysmal women's representation in Lok Sabha election proof of failure to eliminate gender disparity from Rajasthan politicsRajasthan must bring in more skilled and well-meaning women into public service and hand them actual power to work for change.
Apr 09, 2019
Lo Baith Gayi Theek Se isn't about 'womanspreading', it's a call to defy the policing of women's bodiesIn early March, a pair of young Karachi feminists, Rumisa Lakhani and Rashida Shabbir Hussain, created a poster with the Lo Baith Gayi Theek Se (Here, I'm sitting properly) slogan juxtaposed with a cartoon of a girl holding her thighs apart like a wrestler. This is the poster they carried to the Aurat March on Women’s Day in their city, a march in which over 7,000 women participated.