Imagine a world where people were segregated based on seniority and not gender. Feminism aims to do just that. It is about letting people be.Feminism doesn’t hate men. It just hates the idea that upholds them on a pedestal. And we as feminists intend to break that myth. What is Feminism? With social media beingContinue reading “Debunking the myth: Pseudo-feminism”
Author Archives: Nimisha Bansal
Apology: It’s how you say and not what you say that matters.
You are walking in a constricted gallery, being your clumsy self when you bump into someone. Assuming, you and the person you bump into are not having a bad day, both of you would probably utter the word, ‘sorry’. This 5-letter word has everything from a dedicated song to a complete movie (ZNMD, anyone) onContinue reading “Apology: It’s how you say and not what you say that matters.”
Celebrating Imperfections: Breaking the myth of the ‘Perfect Parent’.
Growing up in the decade kick-started by gems like Baghban and K3G, our generation has been manipulated into believing the perfection of parents. Motherhood is no more a personal experience but a web of experiences of a thousand other women except YOU. But this chase of perfection has harmed not just the children but alsoContinue reading “Celebrating Imperfections: Breaking the myth of the ‘Perfect Parent’.”
Viewer Discretion Required: The Reality of ‘New’ media
You switch on the news channel and see a person shouting at the highest of his lungs trying his best to make you think that the establishment is ‘always’ right. You flip the channel and are welcomed by a man who barely resembles Imran Khan, mimicking the Pakistani PM. Yet one more channel flip andContinue reading “Viewer Discretion Required: The Reality of ‘New’ media”