IWritten by Oishika Edited by Shivangi Singh and Tara R. With half of the winter break well underway and the panic of the new year setting in, this January, I made the executive decision of listening to podcasts in my endeavour to be a better-informed person – or ‘woke’. Truly proud of my unflinching ethic, … More Is Wokeness the Problem?
Why you, unassuming film viewer, are more prone to the patriarchy than you think. Written by Trisha Nagpal Edited by Tara R. A couple of weeks ago, people scurried to the theaters to watch Bollywood’s latest blockbuster, Simmba, and I was dragged into the frenzy by my parents on the pretense of spending time with … More “Lights, Camera, Misogyny!”
Written by Kshitija Chavan Edited by Lex Sridharan TW: ABUSE, GASLIGHTING This article intends to point out the harmful behaviours adopted by people when they are made aware of abuse inflicted on someone they know or by someone they know. In no way is it a guide to support someone who has faced any kind … More How Not to Be a Friend to Someone Who Has Been Abused