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Women across social media are complaining that the pressure of getting married has mounted on them in the last four-five months, ever since India went into national lockdown.
My rightful place is at home with the parents I was born to, my uterus belongs to me so I can leave it empty for as long as I like.
There are twice as many single women in Kerala and Tamil Nadu who live alone, as compared to the women living alone across India
Why must a single woman’s lifestyle be anybody’s business? Why can’t she live her life as she wants? Must we constantly police her?
We still equate companionship solely with matrimony and sex outside of marriage remains a taboo. So a lot of people assume these elements to be missing from a single woman’s life.
After Emma Watson, Asha Parekh has become the second celebrity to advocated singlehood this year. So has singlehood finally broken the stigma of being a state of pity for women, to be seen as cool?
Like every other profession in our country, these beliefs penetrate into professional life for some gynaecs, not all mind you, thus often doctors end up asking invasive questions, passing judgment on your character and even offering solutions like ‘get married or ‘have a baby’ etc.
The Fund that we don’t talk about is the one we really need. Kiran Manral talks about the stories of secret…