Arré Sunte Ho! To GoT, Or Not To GoT?
#GameOfThrones: Not everyone is excited for the premiere of the final season of GoT. At this point, is it still the most thrilling show on TV or just a shell of its former self? And most importantly, is it still worth watching? We answer these questions and more in this week's episode of Arré Sunte Ho!Add to list
Gender Look Who’s Not Cooking: Why My Children Will Never Eat Maa Ke Haath Ka Khana
When I was growing up, Maa’s kitchen had some manner of grinding, slow cooking going on at all times. But my utter lack of initiative when it comes to feeding people ghar ka khaana has been the cause of great pain to women in my family.Add to list
Gender The UP Constable Acid Attack Proves That Even Empowered Women Can’t Escape Misogyny
A woman constable in Uttar Pradesh was attacked with acid by a jilted lover. The fact that she is a cop did not deter the attacker. This is the stark dichotomy between the freedom women now have to make waves at work and the basic freedoms they continue to be denied in their personal lives.Add to list
Gender 50 Going on 20: What’s With Our Sudden Obsession with Birthday Milestones?
I suppose nothing quite tells you that age is not just a number like hitting 50 does. And we now celebrate it with a big, extravagant bash. Does anyone really care about us turning 50? Then again, does that argument hold in an age where beauty standards for even ageing women are relentless?Add to list
Gender What the Joe Biden Accusations Tell Us About the Divide Between Women’s Independence and Men’s Intention
What’s been made clear by the entire story surrounding touchy-feely Joe Biden, is that young women will no longer brush their discomfort aside, simply because it doesn’t fall under the definition of harassment. The empathetic, handsy politician is a relic from a more forgiving past — and is now being called out for outdated, soft sexism.Add to list