We need to break free from this device of bondage commonly known as 'honour'.
Who was the first woman to have her period in space? What is it like changing sanitary products while being weightless?
Amongst all the women in the world, those in developing nations like India are the most stressed out.
I’d want to ask women who claim to be personally uncomfortable with masturbating: “Is that how you feel or how you think you’re supposed to feel?”
We wish to highlight one such heavily ingrained stereotype that most often goes unnoticed while addressing the question of religion.
After the recent incident of the burning of the Manusmriti, here's a look at some edicts from the ancient text using its translation by Wendy Doniger.
The minute you say "Hey! You were really funny, for a girl!", you lose the battle against inequality.
Pinjra Tod, an autonomous collective of women students from Delhi, organized a march to commemorate International Working Women’s Day.
The ones who go far to respect their deity should first recognise that the deity’s creations are equal.
Elsa Oommen unearths facts about women's entry into the Sabarimala temple that are often omitted in the debates.
According to the survey conducted by Ipsos MORI, one in four Indian women perceive a lack of equal career opportunities as a major issue in the workplace.
Should there be reservation for women in educational institutions? Here's what the youth had to say.
Workplace gender discrimination, as this video reveals, is not much better at the western end of the world.
I remember my aunt asking me to stand in front of her, while she fed my newborn cousin, to cover her.
The women who collect dung in the country -- and it is ‘women’s work’ -- save India millions, maybe billions of dollars each year.
They are not demanding freedom; they are taking it for themselves. Watch!
Menstruation is a serious health issue and a major factor preventing young girls from going to school in Pakistan and living healthy, safe lives.
Only one in four rape trials leads to conviction in India.
Is the Indian military doing well by its women, or not?
Your body is yours, yours, yours. Hug it. Hold it. Cherish it. Love it. Protect it. Move it. Dance in it. Claim it. Own it.
It seems that a room full of men cannot truly understand what safety for women entails.
Even the sanitary napkin ads use blue ink for illustrative purposes, which sort of signifies people’s hesitation with menstrual blood.