The Wrong Girl

Arshia Sattar

The Neapolitan magic is missing in the new Elena Ferrante

The Legend of Nangeli

She cut off her breasts to kill the male gaze

An Equal Life

A manifesto for greater gender equality

The Business of Selling Empowerment

Pop culture feminism has become an advertiser’s dream

‘MeToo has made women weak and whiny,’ says Lionel Shriver

Bhavya Dore in Open Conversation with Lionel Shriver, author and columnist

Sabarimala: In Defence of Tradition

Why the battle for an inclusive Ayyappa worship makes no sense

Margo Jefferson: ‘You find ways to subvert White femininity in order to survive’

Margo Jefferson’s memoir about growing up as an elite African-American woman moves between femininity and feminism without getting polemical on either

Siri Hustvedt: Artists Are Cannibals

Novelist, poet and essayist, Siri Hustvedt is an intimidating figure in her books as well as in her exploration of ideas

Taslima Nasrin: ‘Without sexual freedom women will never get equality’

The third of her seven-volume memoir is out in English and Taslima Nasrin still remains a rebel with no regrets


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