BookView | The Boneless Mercies and Mercy Killing Teens- The Shades of Grey that Line Womanhood

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BookView is a column that analyses literary texts of all genres from an intersectional, feminist standpoint. Continue reading “BookView | The Boneless Mercies and Mercy Killing Teens- The Shades of Grey that Line Womanhood”

I want to be free, but patriarchy and capitalism tether me!

Pride with OFC, 2022

Who decides what queerness looks like?

Who decides what queerness looks like?

The Sanskaari Girls Book Club | What We Have Been Reading

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The Sanskaari Girls Book Club is a space for curious feminists to explore a range of readings in a safe, supportive and diverse setting. The club is led by young Indian feminists who are excited to challenge their biases, explore what feminism means in their lives and learn from others. ‘Sanskaari’ is a Hindi word often used to encapsulate a number of so-called desirable qualities in a woman. It can be translated as traditional, well-behaved, conservative and more! We are obviously using the name sarcastically as we are anything but well-behaved! We had our first meetup in November 2018 and have had some really insightful conversations till date. This is a list of all the brilliant, feminist, South Asian and provocative books we read this year:-

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I want to be free, but patriarchy and capitalism tether me!

Pride with OFC, 2022

Who decides what queerness looks like?

Who decides what queerness looks like?

Report | Sanskaari Girls Book Club Meetups: Cobalt Blue

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For its October read, Sanskaari Girls Book Club was joined by the Queer Resource Centre, One Future Collective in reading Cobalt Blue by Sachin Kundalkar. Continue reading “Report | Sanskaari Girls Book Club Meetups: Cobalt Blue”

I want to be free, but patriarchy and capitalism tether me!

Pride with OFC, 2022

Who decides what queerness looks like?

Who decides what queerness looks like?