feminism

 

An open letter to all those opposing Feminism

Pulkit Bhasin is currently in 11th grade. He thoroughly enjoys reading, writing, and playing cricket. He has volunteered at other organizations as well where he has taken up a plethora of roles from database management to teaching underprivileged children. He relishes the [...]Read more
 

#MeToo #HimToo #UsToo

Nandini Arora is an aspiring actuary who loves to write. Although married to numbers, her first love has always been books and writing. She regularly writes about issues such as women’s safety, Feminism, LGBTQ etc. on her blog nandiniaroraweb.wordpress.com. #MeToo #HimToo #UsToo [...]Read more
 

What’s it going to take?

Nandini Arora is an aspiring actuary who loves to write. Although married to numbers, her first love has always been books and writing. She regularly writes about issues such as women’s safety, Feminism, LGBTQ etc. on her blog nandiniaroraweb.wordpress.com. What’s it going to [...]Read more
 

I am a feminist!

Jenika Desai, a student of the 11th grade at Singapore International School has always wanted to fight the stereotypes of women and aid in changing the image of them. A critical thinker herself, she understands how easy it is to berate people for the tiniest things but the real [...]Read more
 

Feminism & Writing.

  Shreya Ila Anasuya, our Twitter Curator this past week, held a TweetChat on Feminism & Writing. The discussion extended to racism, stereotypes, role models and entertaining ideas without accepting them in Literature while also highlighting that Literature is not only [...]Read more
 

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