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The Sanskari Guide On How To Report Molestation

Two days ago, a 17-year-old girl spoke up on social media alleging that a man molested her while both were on a plane.

Unconventional Fashion Statements By Bollywood’s Nautch Girls: TLC’s Top Picks

The role of the nautch girl in Bollywood has evolved over the years. First, it was filled by the Anarkali-esque courtesan.

Five Under 5000: Getting The Boots

Sustainable Fashion doesn’t stop at vegan leather, or even organically dyed leather. TLC is also a big fan of vintage and pre-loved shoes and clothing.

Indian Politicians As Pop-Culture Icons

Today is International Human Rights Day. As a country that just saw an adult woman’s rights ignored by the Supreme Court and witnessed the brutal burning of a man because of “love jihad,”

Uniting Through Differences: An Interview With IAmLikeOtherGirls

IAmLikeOtherGirls started as an Instagram account on November 14. Their mission was to “redefine what it means to be like other girls,”

#LadiesReview: Zara Join Life

Sustainable Fashion has many benefits — a clear conscience, lasting clothing, personally meeting with the small label designers. But, since switching over,

Queer Expressions: Activism Through Classical Dance

India’s LGBTQI community is adapting classical dance forms to give themselves a voice in dance.

Case in point: a Bharatanatyam performance depicting a lesbian coming out story that’s been making rounds on social media.

Search Party is What Girls Would Be If The Characters Had A Purpose

A television series about a group of millennials struggling in New York — sounds like I’m talking about Girls, doesn’t it?

Boss Moves Only: An Interview with Maria Qamar aka HateCopy

Maria Qamar, or as she’s Instaknown as @HateCopy on Instagram and Twitter is a young woman dealing with issues of mixed-marriages,

Queer in the City: Whose Law is it Anyway?

Queer in the City follows Naina and her friends as they navigate their daily lives in India as members of the LGBTQIA community.

#WearWhatYouWantWednesday: Be What You Wanna Be

Wear What You Want Wednesday is our sartorial finger to any person who thinks they can tell anyone how to dress or behave.

A Handy List Of Misogyny-Proofed Swear Words For Potty Mouthed Feminist

Fact: people who cuss are also more honest. As potty-mouth feminists, we’re all for that, with slight revisions. We’re inclusive feminists,

#DelhiPride: A Dame To Kill For

Asked to write this piece about my experience with dating as a lesbian in India, my first reaction was ‘how is any different from heterosexual dating?’ After all,