The Social Cut | Jodie Whittaker, Doctor Who, and Why Reimagining Classic Characters as Women Can be as Important as New Female Characters

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The Social Cut is a monthly column that critically analyses various media shows, movies and documentaries, from an intersectionalist feminist standpoint. In this article, Rishika Aggarwal analyses sci-fi television show ‘Doctor Who’.

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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?

The Social Cut | Gulaab Gang- Does this Pink Stand for Justice?

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The Social Cut is a column that critically analyses various media shows, movies and documentaries, from an intersectionalist feminist standpoint. In this article, Joanna Chacko analyses the Bollywood movie ‘Gulaab Gang’.

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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?

The Social Cut | Thanmatra: Interrogating Memory

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The Social Cut is a monthly column that critically analyses various media shows, movies and documentaries, from an intersectionalist feminist standpoint. In this article, Joanna Chacko analyses the Malayalam movie ‘Thanmatra’.

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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?