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India's Pusarla Sindhu competes in the women singles final on day seven of the 2017 BWF World Championships at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow, Scotland, Sunday Aug. 27, 2017. (Jane Barlow/PA via AP)

The Practice of Trivializing Women Achievers

Women achievers are often defined by their relationship with the men in their life or nation, and of course their gender. It undervalues their achievements. It’s time...

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Unmasking Masculinity: The Boy Crisis

We are at a historic moment in terms of gender equality. Masculinity, as you know it, asks men to be ‘tough and ‘strong’. However, this machismo-driven notion of...

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The Need for International Women’s Day

  International Women’s Day is celebrated across nations to empower women and commemorate their struggles for attaining their current stature and recognition....

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Gender Based Beauty Stereotypes and How to Break Them

Each one of us has encountered various stereotypes since childhood. It begins with pink is for girls, blue is for boys, and goes up to women work in the kitchen, men...

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This International Men’s Day, Let’s Fight Against Toxic Masculinity

It is time that the problematic and hyper-aggressive portrayal of what it means to be a man is effectively fought against. This narrative alienates and hurts people and...

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Gender and Media: From Margins to Mainstream

The Women’s Development Cell (WDC) of Shivaji College, in its efforts to generate awareness about gender equality, organized a workshop entitled ‘Gender and...

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Gender Equality Mela 2017 at Miranda House

Gender Equality Mela is one of the key annual events conducted by the Women’s Development Cell of Miranda House. It is a celebration of the will to survive and thrive....

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The Rise of Androgyny in India

While Ranveer Singh stands at the forefront of the cause, there are many and many more who are gradually becoming a part of the androgynous pop culture in India....

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Sarfarosh: The Annual Event of the Gender Studies Cell, St. Stephen’s College

The Gender Studies Cell, St. Stephen’s College, conducted its two-day annual event, Sarfarosh, on the 28th and 29th of March, 2016. With the tag line, “Ae...

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Gender Studies Cell, St.Stephen’s College: Taboo Diaries, Chapter 2

The Gender Studies Cell (GSC), St.Stephen’s College, held its second discussion as part of ‘Taboo Diaries’ on ‘Sex, Sexuality and Shame’....