Stranger than fiction.
Vidya Balan Says She Was Not Sexually Harassed At Work Because She 'Didn't Come Across As Vulnerable'
"I've not given anyone the space to say anything uncomfortable to me."
Moral of the story: Hold back stupidity.
It's okay to be different than other boys. Actually, it's great…
The funny woman is in short supply.
People Who Think 'Women Only' Spaces In Public Vehicles Are Unfair, Must Read This Twitter Thread
Are you guys listening?
Please Can We Ban Bloody Airbrushing?
To alter a face and body to sell a lie to women is an unacceptable crime against an entire gender
The idea that women are dainty about eating snacks has put a bad taste in a lot of people’s mouths — and made them eager
Overall, Pitt’s interview with Paterniti feels genuine, self-aware and open. He discusses the experience of having his family
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Despite strides in feminism, menstruation is still far from an open topic of conversation in the United States, let alone
Touted as a “bad-ass activist with a passion for demanding change and asking the right questions,” the Newsy anchor told
How ironic that Markle, who fought for the empowerment of women, felt she had to wipe the slate clean of her achievements in order to marry a Prince
Lutheran pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber’s project sought to transform purity rings — symbols of a patriarchal theology that she believes has harmed women.
Canadians voted in one of the closest and most contentious election campaigns the country has seen in decades.
8 Films We Can't Wait To Watch In 2019
From a fantasy thriller to a dacoit drama, here are the Hindi films to look forward to in 2019.
The pop star put an end to their feud after conceding that Swift's new song is a "jam."
While we teach our daughters to have courage, we ridicule the ones who actually do. While we teach our daughters to be kind, we physically hurt the one who actually show kindness. And while we hope our daughters will believe in magic, we act otherwise by saying that a girl can summon bad luck on a nation.
This is as good as commercial Hindi cinema can get and if and when it endeavours to get even better, I'd put my money on Katariya to be the man for the job.
Soon after <em>Vogue</em> released the 2-minute film, the initial congratulatory tones turned cynical in no time. Many questioned the purpose of the film--was it to educate, liberate or infuriate?
An international group of physicians condemned the Trump administration on Thursday for separating breastfeeding mothers
British sex workers and sex worker activists rallied at Parliament in London on Wednesday afternoon to protest a new proposal
If your ideal woman is frequently found in saas-bahu serials and her preferred occupation is weeping over kheer and husbands
I treat me well - I take myself out for films, long drives, walks. My love for solitude has usually been received with dismissive "lonely hogi?" stares.
The Morning Wrap: ISRO To Launch India's 6th Navigation Satellite; Beatles' Music Producer Passes Away
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Where is the celebrity mother who admits to occasionally pinching her child, or the one who admits that the best five minutes of her day are right after the little one is asleep?
Instead of opening a history book or sitting down with their grandparents to hear stories from that time, many Pakistanis have decided to look into the present and plan for the future. They believe that making resolutions will help them focus on what to do to make this country a prosperous one. According to many, it is better to make the youth plan the future instead of teaching them how to sing patriotic songs like, which only stir patriotic sentiments on 14 August every year.
The Morning Wrap: Ahead Of Visit, UK Government Reminds Modi Of India's Pending Bills; Samsung To Fire 5% Of India Staff
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Empowerment, equal status, more rights, stricter laws, better safeguards are all things that are being demanded by women's rights lobbyists and feminists. But will that really solve the problem? Yes, we do need stricter laws and we do need to be treated as equals, but some change needs to come from within. I would go as far as to say that women are more responsible for their current state of affairs than men.
Helen made me understand that one needs to dance with joy and abandon. She also taught me that a woman needs to set her own individual style, both in dressing as well as attitude. In a strange way, she also was instrumental in inculcating a sense of glorious pride in my femininity, buttressed by the ability to say "go to hell" to both men and women who equated the feminine with inequality, submissiveness, weakness and frivolousness.
Dear Lisa Haydon, Let me tell you a story. My mother's friend, let's call her P, grew up believing what you emphatically
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