Category Archives: feminism


Because even the smallest of words can be the ones to hurt you, or save you. – Natsuki Takaya Words are powerful. Words touch your heart and make you think and feel things based on what other people say. I … Continue reading

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Singing Saturday – 15

Once upon a time, I used to post Signing Saturday posts, and here is another one after many years.. just because I feel like it.. Have you seen the movie Dil Dhadakne Do? It’s an Indian movie that came out … Continue reading

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Why India needs a slut walk!

So I read a blog post on Are we ready for a slut walk in India here. And I disagreed with the author’s opinion, and spent a long time replying to his post.. Since the author very conveniently deleted my … Continue reading

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The truth behind Mona Lisa’s smile!

“What is the truth behind Mona Lisa’s smile? Is she happy? Does it matter?”These lines are from the movie Mona Lisa Smile. I saw this movie a couple of days ago and I haven’t been able to stop thinking about … Continue reading

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Gender bias

I watched three movies this weekend – Mrityudand, Nothing But the Truth, and Patiala House. All of them belonged to completely different genres, and were good movies. But there was something I found similar in all of them. I don’t … Continue reading

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