If we are to regain a democratic future, we need to do everything in our power to stem that rot in the hearts of our children.
The Stories We Never Hear: A Spate of Hate Crimes Against Queer Indians
The more LGBTQIA+ Indians come out and claim spaces, the more vulnerable they become to hate crimes.
I Am Not What You Assume: A Tibetan Girl’s Musings In Delhi University
In the 22 years of my existence, I never had to tell my story – my face, followed by my name, does it for me.
Do I Really Look Beautiful?
A poem on the physical and emotional torment women with hirsutism face.
An Epitome of Beauty
'Everything about her showed how deep her mind and soul were. Yet she was ridiculed for her appearance.'
Who Are the Weak Ones?
A poem on the misplaced perception that women are the 'weaker sex'.
A poem that tries to deal with the reality of losing a loved one to suicide due to societal homophobia.
‘No More Page 3’: How a Feminist Collective Took on a Media Behemoth
The collective forced 'The Sun' newspaper to take down a daily feature which had a picture of a topless woman.
'The apologies I never got, and the apologies I still wait for.'
At Hospital Where Payal Tadvi Died, a New Case of ‘Ragging’
A 'Mumbai Mirror' report notes that the hospital delayed in referring the case to the anti-ragging committee.