I sit underneath the tinted branches amidst raised fists of sisters, daughters, dadis, bob-haired LGBTQIA+ activists in khadi jackets and kameez.
Forced to be together indoors, households are falling back on age-old entrenched gender norms and an atmosphere in which men are quick to re-establish themselves fully atop the intra-household power …
You’re not feminist enough, not free enough, not sexually aware enough; you’re not enough. Not even for yourself.
Female students at Delhi University share instances of men masturbating at them in the area around the campus.
Women are supposed to look out for each other, but what do you do when the other sees no need to put up a fight?
Despite all the flaws, the film continues to stand out because of the things it gets right – the powerful need to start talking now.