Global Girlhood: Where Women Tell Women’s Stories

Featured Illustration: Camila Rosa “Come on, not again,” is what I am told at times when I try to start a conversation about gender. I don’t think it would be fair to say that gender as a subject has not been vehemently researched or spoken about. However, gender discrimination continues to be one of the…

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She is Viv and She is Here for Your V

Featured Artwork: Hazel Mead “Menstruation, or period, is normal vaginal bleeding that occurs as part of a woman’s monthly cycle.” (Menstruation, Period 2020). “Normal” as it may be defined, menstruation continues to remain as one of the lesser discussed topics, especially when it comes to women’s health. Menstruation often has associated with itself strong social…

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Education System In India: A Comprehensive Analysis

Featured Artwork: Neil Webb I finished my formal schooling in Computer Engineering last December. I was one of the lucky ones to have found a job within a month of my graduation. I felt thrilled to have secured the title of my desire within a short period of time. I was delighted as I had…

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Saadat Hasan Manto: The Writer Who Is Not To Be Read

Having been born into a family of intellectuals and book lovers, I was astounded when a book was taken away from me on the account of me lacking the sensibility to understand it. This is how I would like to explain my first ever encounter with Manto. I was extremely intrigued by this incident. The…

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