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Kathua, Unnao, Etah: In Our Name

There was no Nirbhaya. There was only Jyoti Singh, an ambitious 23 year old physiotherapist, who was raped, mangled and killed by five depraved men. There was no Nirbhaya because in the horrific moments when she was being brutalised in a moving bus in India’s capital city, that young woman must have been very, very afraid. 730 more words


All ages! All abilities! All sizes! All genders! All faiths! All expressions! All arts! All cultures! All welcome!

Such is the rallying cry of Creating Space… 1,545 more words

Who Needs Women Anyway?

I wonder how many people believe that newspapers sin against the simple pleasure of morning tea by devoting space to pessimistically exaggerated analyses of seemingly unexceptional statistics. 543 more words


Gender or Self?

The conversation with my friend triggered me a lot of realities that how all gender is violence. How I am boxed in the strings of gender in every slant of life. 372 more words

Public lecture: Professor Gerald West

We are delighted to welcome Professor Gerald West to speak at our TheoRel seminar next week. Gerald is Professor of Old Testament/Hebrew Bible and African Biblical Hermeneutics in the School of Religion, Philosophy, and Classics at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.  234 more words

Thoughts from Joel McKerrow

I first met Joel at a justice weekend in British Colombia. His poetry and activism were beautiful and broken. Check out his musings via The Helplessness of the White-Saviour.

Current Affairs

Dr. Warren Farrell Explains The Boy Crisis

By Rachel Alexander | townhall.com | March 06, 2018

Available March 13, 2018

In recent years, society has focused more on issues affecting girls and women than on those related to boys and men. 1,122 more words

Gender Politics