Tag: women

What is the ‘Atlas of Beauty’?

Sounds like some beauty algorithm? However, it isn't. The Atlas of Beauty is a collection of 500 portraits of women from different nooks and corners of the world narrating their tales, their...

KUNAN-POSHPORA: A Dreadful Case of Mass Rape

Having completed its 30 years, 23rd February is commemorated as the Kashmiri women's resistance day. On the bitter cold night of 23rd February 1991, armed personnel of the 4th Rajputana Rifles barged...

Manic Pixie Dream Girl : Just A Character Trope?

He was led astray by a painful past experience, gave up hope on being happy again, smiling again. With age he turned out to be a loner who doesn’t gel up well...

Women for Womxn – not a typo

First used in 2010, the word ‘womxn’ has a political tone associated with it. It aims to promote and segregate women from men, and subsequently emphasizes that women are capable of their...

Delhi Police Commissioner Says Crimes Against Women Have Decreased by 30% in the Last Nine Months

The National Crime Records Bureau of India (NCRB) had registered a statistical analysis of crimes against women in Delhi in 2019. This analysis showed a 24 percent decrease in crimes against women....

Arati Saha: The Indian who swam across the English Channel honored by Google Doodle

Google on September 24, remembered the Indian swimmer Arati Saha on her 90th birth anniversary and honoured her with a special Google Doodle.

Internalised Misogyny: A Loophole

Women often conform to the existing sexist beliefs and patriarchal norms. Not only conform, but they also end up endorsing such notions. Apparently, women end up stigmatizing and stereotyping against their own....

Benevolent Sexism: Not So Benevolent

The battle for gender equality has come a long way. From the feminist movements to claiming social rights for women, the revolution encompasses a myriad range of domains. However, the journey is...
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