Women of Indian origin speak about what they think gender equality will look like ten years down the line.
By ruining a woman’s face, attackers aim to jeopardize a woman’s career as well as her financial security, social status and romantic prospects.
Dr. Preeti Kapur of Delhi University has been working for 40 years to educate young girls from all income levels about equality and sexual health.
Women reflect on where the pressure for women to be hairless stems from and what prompted their decision to stop body hair removal.
From prioritizing their family’s needs to sexual harassment and discriminatory practices in the workplace, women reveal why they exited their STEM jobs.
Survivors and research reveal that experiencing child sexual abuse changes survivors and their outlook on relationships and intimacy.
The mother-in-law in a modern marriage can have a significant impact on the life of her daughter-in-law including her freedom of movement and social circles.
In India, patriarchy, and not charity, begins at home.
“My family was conservative. They didn’t want ladies to study.”