A poem about the many voices a woman is supposed to have according to the requirement of the situation she is in, while losing her real voice simultaneously.
Tag: gender roles
This poem is an ode to all the women in our lives.
Karnataka: NEP Position Paper Bats for Gender Sensitivity to Combat Sterotypes
An informal study conducted by the committee found that a majority of people believe women should nurture and look after children and that women "tolerate violence for the good …
A Personal Narrative on Queer Dissent
In India, queer dissent has been very visible in the recent past and it gives me a sense of kinship, familiarity and resonance during difficult times where the road ahead looks …
Kashmir’s ‘First Female Butcher’
This first female butcher broke stereotypes by opening a meat shop in her village Chitru.
Spatialities of Reflection: Review of Kashiana Singh’s ‘Woman by the Door’
Kashiana Singh’s third collection of poems offers contemplation to readers about the past, present and future of women and their identities.
Inside the Warped World of Incel Extremists
Jake Davison, the gunman in the UK’s worst mass shooting in a decade, has been linked to the ‘Incel’ movement.
Inside a Literature Student’s Mind
That time when I saw my father struggling in the kitchen and the analytical curiosity of my discipline took over me.
‘The World Is in Your Fingertip’
Musings of a first-time voter during the Tamil Nadu assembly elections.
The Gendered Genesis of Modern-Day Romance
We need to change what we perceive as romantic gestures, and it goes beyond splitting the bill on a first date.