In Nilanjana Bhowmick's, 'Lies Our Mothers Told Us: The Indian Woman’s Burden' the protagonists are middle-class women who have been lying to their daughters about 'having it all' with …
Being queer is not just an identity, but rather a powerful phenomenon that centres on a person’s agency to self-determine. Queerness is resistance and rebellion
A poem based on the observations of a queer person on how women are trapped by patriarchal norms within their own homes.
The mental health benefits of quiet quitting could make you a better employee and a happier person.
An essay about women like my mother, who have spent about half of their lives in kitchens because they had to.
A personal essay on my failed attempt at making a place for myself in both these spaces, and trying to normalise equality at home.
A poem on gender differences in household work.
A poem on how all routine kitchen duties invariably fall into the hands of the women of the house.
'We will not toil without yield, we will not shed tears of pain, we will not bow our head in submission.'
An Indian woman does 243 minutes (four hour) of domestic work a day, whereas the average time of an Indian man spends doing chores at home is only 25 …