Time for those who are NOT women to stop calling women ‘girls’.
Sometimes, in the middle of a debt-inducing buying frenzy over cute-yet-empowering notepads, pins, cellphone covers and jewelry, I can’t help but wonder if us women are being supported or patronised? … Continue reading Smash the Patriarchy
Two quotes from the interwebz – one message – it’s time to ‘Woman Up!’ Fun thought: could we build a lady tech mafia so strong the men will start to … Continue reading Time to ‘Woman Up’!
**ICYMI – The most tweet-worthy stories in #Gender in #Pakistan this week: Source: Propakistani.pk Website & Dawn Website Uber in Pakistan features in both the #gender and the #tech category this … Continue reading ICYMI : Uber in Pakistan + Women Right’s Bill
According to social media today is International Women’s Day 2016. Every day is Women’s Day. ** Every day will remain Women’s Day until being a woman and being a professional is … Continue reading IMHO:Every Day is Women’s Day
You *must* have eye-rolled at this fairness cream ad by now. It depicts a father-daughter duo jogging in a park when the father pitches a potential suitor who has EVERYTHING … Continue reading “Phir ban gaya na, equal -equal” – Fair and Lovely takes a Jab at Fairness in Adulting expectations
“Feminists have been telling us for a very long time that women in positions of authority find themselves stuck between a rock and a hard place. Too assertive or confident … Continue reading Women in Positions of Authority (Quote)
“I don’t disagree with James about the phenomena he observes: a literary industry with white women in gatekeeping roles and with white women set up as the archetypal consumer to … Continue reading Selections from Aya de Leon’s”On Pandering, White Women as Scapegoats, and the Literary Industry as a Hand-me-down”