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Financial Independence for Women in India

Akshita is a nineteen year old overachiever and perfectionist with big dreams, trying to wade through her entangled teenage years. An extrovert, dog lover and travel enthusiast who finds her ultimate home in the poems she can create at any given time of the day.   Financial [...]Read more
 

It’s a Crime when It’s not a Choice

Antara Basu is a feminist writer and blogger, hanging by the thread of procrastination trying to achieve perfectionism. She is a Blogging intern with Safecity and has been with us for more than three months.  It’s a Crime when It’s not a Choice – Antara Basu [...]Read more
 

Just a matter of Upbringing

Ansh Rastogi is a student at PGDAV College, DU, a tech savvy and a UPSC aspirant, all in that order. He recently joined Safecity as a blogging intern. Just a matter of Upbringing -Ansh Rastogi This society always blames the women for crime against them by giving useless reasons [...]Read more
 

The Devadasi System

Anjana is a final year medical student at KMC, Manipal. She strongly believes that words alone have an inexplicable power to bring about the change that we wish to see in our society. She owns a blog which she uses to bring a change in society and to give her readers a gentle [...]Read more
 

I Dream of a Perfect Street

Erika De Lesseps is in her second year of Millburn High School in the United States. She recently joined Safecity as blogging and social media intern. She is constantly looking to raise awareness about the injustice that women face all over the world What is a perfect street? Is [...]Read more
 

An insight to Catcalling

Antara Basu is a feminist writer and blogger, hanging by the thread of procrastination trying to achieve perfectionism. Go through this write-up to find out what she has to say about Catcalling.   She’s 6; she doesn’t understand what they were shouting.  She’s 16; she keeps [...]Read more
 

Not your Mamacita

Karishma has recently completed her Masters in Gender Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is a Program and Outreach Officer at Red Dot Foundation and is constantly looking for ways to critique and dismantle the heteronormative patriarchy through [...]Read more
 

We Fight Back Fearless

Antara Basu is a feminist writer and blogger, hanging by the thread of procrastination trying to achieve perfectionism. She has beautifully put what Anti-Street Harassment Week stands against. Indian streets, famous for their food, infamous for their harassment; while the aroma [...]Read more
 

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