Folk goes Feminist

Deepansh Duggal

Updating songs of the past to keep pace with today’s gender politics

Spare Virginia Woolf Please

Her feminism is beyond the straitjacket of woke sensibility

The First Feminists

Starting in the middle of the 19th century, they laid the foundation from which gender equality would enter the Indian consciousness

Astral Bodies and Dancing Trees

Chitra Ganesh’s drawings and murals reimagine femininity, sexuality and power

How Elif Shafak Became a Tree

The Turkish-British author’s new novel, set in Cyprus, tells of divisions and reunions through the prism of nature. The author speaks to Nandini Nair about inherited pain and memories, language and silences

Draupadi’s Rage

Her story has been repeatedly retold by women writers because the epic heroine challenges patriarchy

Raising Them Right

Imagining a feminist future for one’s child

Feminist Manifestos

Meghan Markle, Chimamanda Adichie and Divya Iyer make women’s rights more meaningful in 2021

Isabel Allende: ‘I hope the whole world will take to the streets’

Chilean author Isabel Allende’s new book is a memoir on feminism. She speaks to Nandini Nair on womanhood and revolutions


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