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Of All Things That Are ‘Moral’ And Oppressive
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By Tribeni Pegu // February 21, 2017
February, the month of love, the month of Valentine’s day and also inevitably the month of moral policing. Each year with Valentine’s day comes [...]
The Couples We Don’t See
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By Alisha Asif // February 17, 2017
“Mera sheher ek lambi behes ki tarha hai,  Sadkein- betuki daleelon si,  Aur galiyaan iss tarah, Jaise ek baat ko, Koi idhar ghaseet-ta, koi [...]
Two Consenting Individuals : A Threat to the Social Order?
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By Richa Tyagi // February 14, 2017
Holding on to archaic (cultural) values is a sign of resisting change, it’s like a petulant child refusing to go to school. Certain elements in our [...]
Shit People Say On Valentine’s Day
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By Himel Sarkar // February 13, 2017
This year, like every other year, the debate will again be limited to Valentine’s Day vs. those who oppose it? That’s not the debate we should be [...]
I Am a Young Woman Living in Delhi and I Choose to Be Fearless
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By Richa Singh // December 16, 2016
I have been in Delhi for almost eleven years now. I did my undergraduate study in Delhi followed by post graduation in Mumbai and now I am back again [...]
Imagining and Building a Feminist Internet
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By harleen sidhu // December 7, 2016
What is the thinking behind a feminist internet and what might it look like? What are the key issues of feminist internet and what are potentially [...]
Delhi Video Van asks, ‘Kya Tum Mere Saath Ho?’
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By Pavel Sagolsen // December 1, 2016
Delhi video van campaign #StandWithMe started on 27th November and will run until 11th December. During these fifteen days, the video van will travel [...]
If some of us aren’t free, no one is.
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By Richa Singh // November 29, 2016
Being the National Capital, Delhi is the heart of all political assertions in this country. Each year, last week of November in Delhi is marked by [...]
‘That’ Which Must Not Be Named
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By Tribeni Pegu // November 11, 2016
This happened a couple of months back when I had  an unexpected conversation with my house help. My house help is a woman. Nothing to be surprised [...]
ASSIST: Six Ways to Reduce the Risk of Sexual Abuse in Children
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By Rohini Rathour // November 10, 2016
There are people who have near-death experiences, who acquire a whole new perspective on life, who learn to live it to the fullest extent, and in [...]
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