It’s an important book, and indeed a refreshing one because very rarely has Indian male privilege so thoroughly roasted and called out like this book has.
Ah meme pages, when will they learn that online sexism just brings more feminists to the yard? Maybe never, but these responses to sexism are great!
The report’s lead authors Lawrence S. Mayer and Paul R. McHugh debunk a pretty popular notion, which could prove to be very controversial for LGBTQ people.
For survivors of trauma, a trigger warning can go a long way in helping them avoid content that may cause both emotional and physical distress.
Announced by its Editor-in-Chief, the shutting down of AfterEllen.com is another example of queer voices being suppressed due to commercialisation.
“If the world only could just stop with the stupid, soap-opera bullshit” said Jennifer Aniston in a 2015 interview. Maybe we should listen to her.
These expectations come from our understanding of work as either masculine (and therefore economically valuable) or as feminine (unpaid and undervalued).
In the present era, songs and movies that talk of social change are supposed to be ‘offbeat’. In the 1950s that was not the case.
Gee Imaan Semmalar’s short story in A. Revathi’s new book “A Life In Trans Activism” is a must-read narrative about being transgender in India.
Men on the internet often argue against feminism, and here’s why that is highly messed up.