Dolly Kitty and Woh Chamakte Sitareshows us that in a patriarchal society, being true to ourselves in everyday life isnt easy for us women but it is essential. Like she did in Lipstick Under My Burkha, Alankrita Shrivastava puts women and their desires at the forefront in Dolly Kitty and Woh Chamakte Sitare, and  The post Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare Asks Why Do We Women Give Ourselves A Less Than 5 Star Rating? appeared first on Women's Web: For Women Who Do .
The Cinderella of today will not deck up to impress a prince and neither will Rapunzel wait for one. It's time we changed our fairytales, isn't it? The post Dear Grandma, I Need A New Set Of Fairytales As I Dont Want My Girls Growing Up To Be Damsels In Distress! appeared first on Women's Web: For Women Who Do .
Riveting and essentially relevant to a womans choice for her life, My Best Friends Sons Weddingby Zarreen Khan is the LOL book of the year. Happy reading. Marriage, for all the hard work it entails, is essentially a gamble one that boils down to fate, destiny, or whatever else you may choose to label  The post Must A Single Mother Forsake Another Chance At Love Just Because It Is Now Her Childs Turn? appeared first on Women's Web: For Women Who Do .
Despite being sick, she was expected to clean seven houses without respite or being able to tell anyone. Who was the real heroine, then? The post Both Were Sick And Had Left Children At Home To Go But Why Was Only One Of Them The Real Heroine? appeared first on Women's Web: For Women Who Do .
In a heart-wrenching short film, NGO Goonj along with director Kireet Khurana show the plight of migrant labourers to launch their project Safar. The post Kireet Khuranas New Short Film Shows The Heart-Wrenching Plight Of Migrant Labourers appeared first on Women's Web: For Women Who Do .
In a country where some consider the usage of sanitary napkins to be a luxury for women, Zomatos period leaves are worth applauding. Online food ordering aggregator Zomatos decision to introduce 10 day period leaves for all women (including any transmen who may need menstrual leave), is aptly a silver lining amongst the clouds. The  The post Why Zomatos Period Leaves Felt Like Such A Game Changer To Me appeared first on Women's Web: For Women Who Do .
Akshay Kumar claims his upcoming film Laxmmi Bomb will be a 'big blast.' Has Bollywood yet again failed to represent the LGBTQIA+ community? The post Laxmmi Bomb A Big Blast Or Yet Another Failed Representation Of The Trans Community? appeared first on Women's Web: For Women Who Do .
In spite of the progress that we continue to make about gender and our efforts to look past the narrow binary, why is misgendering still a big issue? The post Report Of The Death Of A Couple In MP Is Proof Were Still Not Ready To Accept Transpeople As They Are appeared first on Women's Web: For Women Who Do .
Mainstream Bollywood usually portrays South Indian women as spoofs of reality with heavy accents. Don't they deserve better representation in movies? The post With Their Heavy Accents And Long Oiled Hair In Gajras, Does Bollywood Spoof South Indian Women? appeared first on Women's Web: For Women Who Do .
4 members of the LGBTQIA+ community filed a PIL demanding equal rigths to same-sex couples under the Hindu Marriage Act. Here's what we know. The post What Is The Petition Demanding Rights For Same Sex Couples Under The Hindu Marriage Act (1955)? appeared first on Women's Web: For Women Who Do .