Sunday, February 25, 2024

Topic: Feminism

A feminist review of Uniform Civil Code debate

The debate around the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) has once again come to the fore, with minority religious organisations, political parties, and women’s rights groups having expressed their opposition towards the proposed introduction of the code.

Pioneering US Black feminist author bell hooks dies at 69

Gloria Jean Watkins, a pioneering Black feminist intellectual who wrote more than 40 books and is better known by her pen name, Bell Hooks, has died.

Muslim lynchings and facade of Hindu feminist justifications

The victim is denied his victimhood and is posthumously awarded a background story powerful enough to drain out all support and sympathy from the liberal masses.

Experience of marginalized women in Delhi’s Pinjra Tod

We write this to put forth our experience as women from marginalized race, religion and caste and to state in clear words as to how the intersectional feminism of Pinjra Tod is only a showcase from the outside and internally how marginalized women have little or no say in the decision making.