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Aug 08, 2018
A universal struggle: Women are asking for pockets in their clothes, while calling out sexismWith changing times, women have learnt that they deserve pockets in their clothes too and have been actively asking for it on the internet, and off it.
Jul 25, 2018
Saba Qamar's smoking pictures leaked on social media, conservatives ask 'Are you even a Muslim?'Today in daily sexism and misogyny: Saba Qamar has dethroned Mahira Khan to become the archetypal 'Muslim woman who also likes her cigarettes'.
Jun 28, 2018
No country for women: What the furore over Thomson Reuters Foundation's findings on India missesThe point is not to merely be better than Saudi, Syria and Pakistan; if we were fourth worst or fifteenth worst on the Thomson Reuters Foundation's survey, could we still look around and feel happy at where we are?
Jun 25, 2018
How Do You Make A Man?A man need not be defined by the toys he plays with as a child, and the choice of his toys do not impact his sexuality
Jun 20, 2018
Journalism's #MeToo moment: A guide for media organisations on tackling sexism and misogyny at the workplaceHere are 14 principles and recommendations for the global news publishing community to use when auditing their efforts on gender equality, and on diversity more broadly
Jun 10, 2018
The Gay Man’s Guide To Things You Should Not Say To A WomanBeing gay does prevent you from being exposed to misogynistic attitudes, and sometimes, all it takes is a single statement to be an a**hole
May 29, 2018
Despite China’s tech industry boom there's still sexism and inequality prevalent in the work spaceIn recent years, China’s tech industry has boomed, but there's still sexism and inequality prevalent in the work space.
May 03, 2018
'Keep fake concern to yourself': On World Press Freedom Day, Khabar Lahariya editors write open letter to male counterpartsThe journalists at Khabar Lahariya have written an open letter to their male colleagues of the media industry on the occasion of Press Freedom Day. The letter has been reproduced in its entirety here:
May 02, 2018
Meesha Shafi-Ali Zafar sexual harassment row shows Pakistan's #MeToo moment has miles to goWhen singer Meesha Shafi accused musician-actor Ali Zafar of sexual harassment, many called it the start of Pakistan's #MeToo moment. In the aftermath of the allegations, what was shocking was not the backlash against Meesha (that was entirely expected) but how few people came out in support of Ali Zafar
Apr 27, 2018
Misogyny and the media: What the Lakshmi Subramanian, Rana Ayyub incidents revealThe recent cases involving Rana Ayyub and Lakshmi Subramanian have shown that women journalists are subjected to trolling and harassment, apart from discrimination at the workplace | #FirstCulture