A woman who wants to take charge of her life and its decisions does not need to be a “tomboy”. Womanhood implies both salwar and jeans, innocence and power and silence and roar.
What’s wrong in addressing them as womxn if that makes them feel more accepted and valued?
Sadly, being a girl of any age is marred by sexual threat in India, but when your body changes with teenage, that is when the realisation of sexual and gender dynamics in our society fully dawns on us.
The fact that the daughter cannot continue doing the Gharonda custom, even though she loves it after she is married underlines the indispensable significance of marriage in her life.
Books can be your best friend, your teacher, and your companion. A good book can give you a life lesson…
In a time when poetry is getting redefined with the new generation poets being part of the pop-culture, we bring…
Why is staying back late in offices considered so cool?