A poem on how women today feel compelled to do everything – run the house and win the world – which often leave them more exhausted than proud or …
It's funny that what Foucault stated about a prison and how people’s gaze can visually control another person seems so relevant to my neighbourhood.
Men can be active bystanders; for example, by questioning sexist comments or stereotypes, or talking to a friend whose behaviour towards women doesn’t feel right.
Pictograms and signages, especially those relating to gender, are not mere visuals but serve to visibilise or invisibilise populations and contribute to a society’s understanding of gender.
Mobility is at the centre of feminism – and women are here to reclaim the right to roam the streets.
Whether it is in our words or in our actions, we continue to perpetuate gender stereotypes.