A poem which attempts to delineate the dominant (mis)representations of women in society that often spell doom for the healthy development of a female individual's identity.
Tag: men and women
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.
How Men Can Be Allies to Women Right Now
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.
Power Dynamics: Helplessness and Patriarchy
An essay on why feminism does not just mean freedom.
Feminism and Flowers
'I can tell that my father is not a feminist'.
A poem in light of the recent Karnataka high court judgement where Justice Krishna S. Dixit granted the rape accused anticipatory bail on illogical grounds.
Feminism: The Vilifying of a Collective Dream
We need the movement for a better tomorrow – not just for women, but for everyone.