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My Name is Suzette Jordan

Our panel was a queer one in all the wonderful senses of that word. At trainings with lower court judges on sexual violence laws in the Saket District Courts in Delhi, the five of us would find ourselves next to each other every few months. 1,464 more words

Everyday Life

The Men of Public Relations: The Few, The Proud, The Minority?

If you are either a student within a Public Relations program, or within the professional field itself, then you may already know that men within this profession are not of abundance. 328 more words


For you

Love is for everyone, and whoever does not believe that is blind.

Yes, love is for the sinners and the saints. Yes, love is for the virgins and sexuals. 275 more words

Being Empowered the Vogue Way - Is There Anything Left to be Said?

Really, nothing. It’s been more than a week since the Vogue Empower video directed by Homi Adajania and featuring Deepika Padukone amongst others, has appeared, been watched, digested, commented upon, counter-videoed, spoofed and counter-spoofed. 1,947 more words

Bad Ideas

29 March. Trading spaces

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a member of the opposite sex for a day? What do you think life would be like? 169 more words

365 Days

An Open Letter by the Protestors at National Law University, Delhi

An open letter from students at National Law University

Abish Mathew, comedian of the AIB Roast fame, performed at NLU Delhi on the 22nd of March for our annual fest, Kairos. 2,000 more words

Bad Ideas

Voices of Silence

Missing:  one voice, last heard ordering a coffee

I’ve never worried about being voiceless.  I don’t live in places where I find my voice silenced.  And yet suddenly that is exactly what has happened.   222 more words