No, 'boys don't cry' isn't a legitimate life lesson.
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A letter from a short skirt to the upholders of women's morality.
Whenever we visit India, we prefer to travel on trains in order to see the countryside and listen to fellow passengers talk about their changing nation. On one such trip, we chatted with a young coupl...
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Several bizarre stories pertaining to women have been making the headlines lately. The Haji Ali Dargah Trust while presenting its case in the Bombay High Court to retain the ban on women entering the sanctum sanctorum justified their stance by stating that "women wearing blouses with wide necks bend on the mazaar thus showing their breasts.” In another story, India's Culture Minister reportedly advised foreign women to not wear short skirts or go out alone at night.
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Seriously, what's wrong with being an aunty? In its most innocuous form, 'aunty' is a word widely used, especially by us Indians, to refer to a woman a few decades older than us. Its usage in everyday...
A man--with a smirk curled around the corners of his mouth--asks a woman if she is proud for her past. That's never exactly a question, that's almost always an indictment. The existence of the quest...