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Justice to to be served

Purvi Aggarwal is a bibliophile and strongly believes that reading can work miracles. She always strives towards bringing change. Her will to contribute to something productive is what makes her restless. Witnessing the plight of women provokes her to cease it. Justice to to be [...]Read more
 

Self-Defence Tips for Women

Almitra Kika Desai is a Public Diplomacy/Public Affairs Specialist by profession, a painter, an avid reader, and a black belt holder in karate. She has an MA in English and an MBA in Marketing. She loves writing, baking and travelling. She believes that a woman is a powerhouse [...]Read more

Speak Up and Stand Up

Arvind Narayanan is an average engineer during the day, a playful father and an annoying husband by the evening and a dreamer when asleep in the night. By the crack of dawn, he is a wannabe writer. He plans to give up his hopes of being a writer the day the last coffee plant [...]Read more
 

Narrow

Sreemay Rath is a writer based out of Mumbai, currently a student of Humanities in the Navy Children School, Mumbai. He has written and published a short length novel and two books of poems compiled by him.  His poems have been recently selected for publication by Blue Rose [...]Read more
 

Chaff of Chivalry

Sreemay Rath is a writer based out of Mumbai, currently a student of Humanities in the Navy Children School, Mumbai. He has written and published a short length novel and two books of poems compiled by him.  His poems have been recently selected for publication by Blue Rose [...]Read more
 

Why We Need Wonder Women

Rudhdi Walawalkar is a first year law student at ILS Law college, Pune. She reads, writes and paints as much as she eats and sleeps! I think it’s nice to have an opinion in a world where everyone wants to be politically correct. Passionate about women’s right, cats, dogs and [...]Read more
 

The Danish Girl

Safecity is reviewing films that are stepping out to highlight the innate gender roles, discrimination, stereotypes, sexual harassment, misogyny and sexism which have been an ingrained part of cinema for a long time through our blog series “Feminism in Reel Life”authored by [...]Read more
 

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