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Welcoming the #MeToo Revolution

It has been quite some time since the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements took Hollywood by storm. Many idols fell and thousands of women from across the world and across professions joined in to narrate the harrowing experiences they had faced… Continue Reading →

The hopelessness in hope

No matter how much I try to believe that whatever happened to me as a kid will never happen to my little girl, the world we live in won’t let me believe it. Every single day I see news pieces… Continue Reading →

Woman – Woman’s Worst Enemy

Have you heard of the saying “A woman is woman’s worst enemy?” When I Googled to see if I am using it correctly I found so many articles written on the same topic. That just showed how many people believe… Continue Reading →

Ladies’ Seat: A Feminist Conundrum

I travelled by metro rail after a month or so this weekend. And you know what? There is a Ladies’ coach in Hyderabad metro now. My first thought was “Why do we need a Ladies’ coach in a metro train… Continue Reading →

The Unsung Queens of “Friendzone”

Every day I come across dozens of trolls or memes depicting the sorry situation of guys who have been “friendzoned”. What makes my blood boil is how they talk as if guys have the sole ownership of this miserable land…. Continue Reading →

Let’s stop body shaming!

I’m probably posting something like this for the zillionth time, only because people still don’t seem to understand my message. All my life I’ve listened to people making stupid comments about my weight and physique. But after giving birth to… Continue Reading →

The mom in me – Part 3

The day I reached back home with Vedu, I was so upset about the state the apartment was in, even though Hari had done his best to keep it as clean as possible. I was highly irritable and kept getting… Continue Reading →

The mom in me – Part 2

The nightmare that parenthood can turn into presented to us in the form of intense colic that Vedu started suffering from the middle of the second week. My family had gone back and Hari and I were left with a… Continue Reading →

The mom in me – Part 1

My baby girl, Vedu (Veda actually) is sleeping in her crib by my side. We crossed the 3-month hurdle, or the dreaded fourth trimester as they call it, on 3rd April. And now would be a good time to finally… Continue Reading →

Appeal from a proud feminist

There is something that has been baffling me for some time now – a disclaimer that I’ve seen as part of a lot of posts from women – “I’m not a feminist.” The irony is that all these posts have… Continue Reading →

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