These subtle forms of everyday sexism are linked to poorer mental health of women.
Social media is a powerful medium and can play a vital role in how and what we communicate to those around us.
For us who have toiled to unlearn our silence and survive our self-hatred, is it fair that that we weave ourselves into a narrative of more exclusion?
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"When I was a kid filled with internal queerphobia, being called a 'chakka' or 'gay' was very offensive, but after years of exploration, I've realised my queerness is completely …
This poem uses the metaphor of the rapeseed plant to describe the atrocities in Unnao and Kathua.
The next time you hear some vapid diatribe about ethical businesses and market-based solutions, don’t be afraid to shut it down.