Women have been at the forefront of the pandemic, antithesis to the notion of global crisis, and the ‘few good men’ that avert them. 70% of the world’s health care staff is women.
Nowadays, Maitree is seen over Delhi Metro Rail Corporations social media handles – wearing a mask and gloves and spreading information about COVID 19 prevention and social distancing. Alas, due to the pandemic, it’s still uncertain when Delhites and the Delhi metro will be united soon.
While many support this movement, there are various battles to be fought before this pursuit can be seen as liberation for the LGBTQIA+ community.
Shakuntala Devi was the potrait of an unafraid and aspirational woman. ‘She wanted to have it all’ and she didn’t understand why being a woman should limit her in anyway.
Even now women’s decision to wear bras is mediated by the ‘male gaze’. Schools ban ‘colourful bras’ because they might distract male students. In the workplace, there are different grooming laws based on gender.
According to a study by Imperial College London, COVID-19 kills an estimated 13.4% of patients 80 and older.
Transgender People are made the criminal subject of laws, not the ones who are ‘protected’. Cis men from dominant caste-class may feel protected by law, not us.
She saw her body as a subject too, and her self portraits were a result of this. Her work was an amalgamation of homoerotic subtexts and merging the public with the private.
Art has always been queer and if it hasn’t it’s because of deliberate erasure. As more queer stories reach the…
What’s important is that brands like Tinder, that work with queer communities year long, take note of feedback and backlash they have received after their pride month song went out.
In the wake of the global coronavirus crisis, to reduce course load for students, CBSE has deleted 30 percent syllabus from Classes 9 to 12.
In 2016, Bolivia passed the Gender Identity Law which is seen as one of the most progressive transgender legislation worldwide.