‘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

Cultural Grief

This subtle narrative set in Mumbai is powered by a Parsi and an Odiya tribal

The Gateway Litfest: We Too

When women hold forth at a Litfest with a difference

She Power

Drawing the intimate and the taboo with wit and wisdom

Gender and Geography

Being feminine is so natural in this celebration of the Northeast


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