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Beauty, like the economy, is determined by politics

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Dr Amritpal Kaur Women have gained many legal and reproductive rights, as well as more freedom to pursue higher education and enter previously male dominated professions through a long, hard and honourable struggle. The more legal and material obstacles women have broken through, the more severe and heavy the backlash, in the form of detrimental …

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Menstrual Hygiene Management in Sarawasti an- Aspirational District of Uttar Pradesh.

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  Shubhangi Rawat  Abstract Menstruation, a normal biological process in the female body, is often viewed as dirty and disgusting. Because of the negative perceptions and discussions on the topic of menstrual hygiene, especially with girls who have just begun menstruating. It is regarded as a taboo and hence there is little knowledge about menstrual hygiene practices. School girls …

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How mainstream feminism has failed Dalit women

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  Anamika Kumari As long as there is casteism in this country, no other ‘-ism’ would ever stand a chance to flourish. This country follows the rule of ‘brahminism’ and thus follows every other social evil, that is the outcome of brahminism, such as patriarchy and casteism. Mainstream feminists aims to “smash patriarchy”, however they …

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Buddhist Outlook on Gender Identities as a Delusion

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Dr Amritpal Kaur Identities are culturally located historical formations, open to reinterpretation and dispute. They are culturally, socially and psychologically constructed delusions that tend to reinforce a state of emotionalism on the human self. Nationality, religion, class, caste, race, gender and all are intrinsically responsible for defining the boundaries of human identity. Most of the …

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Unnao after Hathras: Atrocities, again and again

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Sonali Shirke In Baburha village, Unnao district, of Uttar Pradesh, a horrific incident of atrocities against Dalit girls has once again come to light on February 17 (many such incidents happen every day which do not come to light). Three minor girls who live in a Dalit locality, went to fetch fodder in the field …

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Constitutional provisions and legal rights for protection and well-being of women in India

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  Adv Soniya Gajbhiye Women in any society play a very important role. In Indian society’s context her role kept changing and evolving with the enactment of the Constitution and especially since Babasaheb’s fight for women’s’ rights through introduction of the Hindu Code bill. Woman is a very strong person in this world who plays  …

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My journey towards understanding men in society!

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  Harshali Nagrale Every girl dreams about something or the other to be in life. But, in the journey from being a little girl to growing up into a woman, her dreams’ wings are cut in different ways. This is where feminism emerges for me. The word Feminism is interpreted differently across the world. Some connect …

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Dalit single women in lockdown: Lived experiences

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  Madhavi Kamble Whether it is a natural or man-made disaster, the vulnerable sections of the society are the first to get hit. The Corona outbreak put the spotlight on the issue of daily subsistence, mental health, general health of families and millions of people across the country. On June 4, the Indian Ministry of …