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Imagining equality: a crowdsourced hub on gender, with a new guest curator each week. This week: The Women Of India
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Genderlog Oct 15
We stand with and every other survivor of sexual harassment.
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Natasha Badhwar Oct 19
Brilliant column in today. ✊🏼👊
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Priya Ramani Oct 19
Thank you ❤️❤️❤️❤️ for this strong placeholder for my column. Feeling slightly overwhelmed :)
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Genderlog Oct 19
Replying to @kavereeb
does not mince her words. “What makes Akbar the poster boy for toxic masculinity; the epitome of a tone-deaf culture that is stale, male, and fail...”
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Genderlog Oct 19
The perpetrators can keep on denying. The survivors shall keep on speaking up.
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sheba thayil Oct 18
Sujatha Gidla wins Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize 2018 Sujatha Gidla’s Ants Among Elephants: An Untouchable Family and the Making of Modern India (Harper Collins) is the winner of the Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize 2018. Sujatha Gidla was...
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Sayantan Ghosh Oct 16
This is a fair question. And here's the only right answer: As a sexual predator. End.
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Rachita Oct 18
Survivor on her harrowing experience of sexual assault, victim blaming and shaming, and the culture of workplace harassment we need to fix. More power to you for sharing your story, Mandira on your experience at .
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Sabbah Haji Baji Oct 16
Vile. Remorseless.
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Diandra Soares Oct 16
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Nishita Jha Oct 17
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Anumeha Oct 17
. 's report on sexual harassment in the unorganized sector, in domestic work
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Sabbah Haji Baji Oct 18
Very engaging podcast on in India esp., where and Nikita Saxena join Amit Varma's 'The Seen and the Unseen'.
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Sabbah Haji Baji Oct 18
Replying to @imsabbah
2. Be vocal about equality, respect and professionalism in the work space. 3. CRUSH ANY INAPPROPRIATENESS IMMEDIATELY BECAUSE ENOUGH. It is the easiest thing in the world to clean up around you.
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naresh fernandes Oct 16
MJ Akbar, stop with the lying. You sexually harassed me too. Your threats will not silence us, writes via
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Kamlesh Singh | Bana de Lohagarh Oct 17
I worked at the Asian Age with . I trust them and believe every word they have said and stand with , who now faces the might of a minister of state.
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Harinder Baweja Oct 17
As a next step, he should withdraw the defamation suit unless MJ Akbar wants to continue defaming himself....
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Kalpana Sharma Oct 17
Must read this. Shefali Vasudev nails it!
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Kalpana Sharma Oct 17
More men need to speak up. is not just about women ⁦
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