By Kriti Gupta and Akshita Monga Jun. 16, 2018
Gender Honest Conversations with My Temperamental Vagina
She’s turning 40 and has turned temperamental, refusing to cooperate. I give her all the TLC and all this isn’t just a ruse to make her mushy. I reminisce about the good ole days when all it took was a kiss on the neck in a dark nightclub to get her going. She is amused but does not change her stance.Add to list
Gender Yes, We “Curly Girlies” Make Our Hair Our Whole Personality. Here’s Why
After two decades of trying to tame my curly hair, I let it breathe. With time, the comfort of not having hickey-looking burn marks on my neck and forehead from the straightening iron became something I looked forward to. Embracing my curly hair has been synonymous with embracing my person.Add to list
Gender Should It Matter to Your Employer If You’re Gay? Why Then is Delhi HC Lawyer’s Elevation as Judge Delayed?
Delhi High Court lawyer Saurabh Kirpal believes he is facing discrimination on the basis of his sexual orientation. He has been recommended for elevation in October 2017 but since his initial nomination the decision to elevate Kripal has been deferred four times.Add to list
Gender Ripped Jeans: The Latest Threat to Our Sanskar
Twitter is flooded with images of women in ripped jeans after Uttarakhand CM Tirath Singh Rawat said that they should dress to preserve the sanctity of their homes. It’s 2021 and our netas are still tripping over the fact that women, too, possess knees which are visible from time to time.Add to list
Gender “Didn’t Listen to Your Speech But You Looked Pretty”: Is It a Compliment or Is He Just Being Sexist?
The new hire who just presented on “Green transitions and carbon sequestration” gets cornered by one of her colleagues. She’s expecting questions. She gets complimented for her glossy hair instead. Welcome to the world of “benevolent sexism”, it’s even more insidious than its overt counterpart.Add to list