For a protest movement to succeed, it must fit within the cultural landscape of its environment.
Indiscriminate Extension of Reservations Is a Lazy Form of Politics. What We Need Is Redistribution
Extending reservations to the 'upper castes' who are poor or singly disadvantaged delegitimises the concept of double disadvantage: social marginalisation and economic ill-being.
A poem on the pain a queer person faces each day while navigating identity politics, both internal and external.
Feminism: The Need for Sisterhood
When we say feminism has to be intersectional, do we not understand the depth of that statement?
Roe v Wade: A Philosopher on the True Meaning of ‘My Body, My Choice’
The concept of body ownership shows how the Supreme Court’s decision affects every woman, whether they can get pregnant or not.
The Color of My Blood
The poet writes about caste discrimination.
Developing Accountability Through and Within Conversations
There is a dire need to modify language and communication to rid society of gender violence and discrimination.
The Tyranny of the ‘Normal’
The term 'normal' is replete with symbolic violence built over centuries. Will the new normal be any different?
One Nation – a New Configuration
In this poem, a 19-year-old student explains what 'Republic' means to her.