Valérie Pelletier was fired from a Montreal women’s agency for advocating for single-sex services on Facebook
"Five years ago, it was still possible to say that prostitution is violence against women without being harassed. It’s not the case anymore."
How the life of one pop star reveals the deep-rooted culture of misogyny, where women can never win
Advocates for the online sex industry have been normalizing a culture of abuse
When we erase the word “woman”, we erase women’s material reality.
And the violent, anti-woman propaganda appearing in its place
It was around 1.00 pm and I was dozing off on the living room couch with the laptop on my chest. I woke with a jolt because I heard our neighbor talking to my mother; I was ashamed to be caught sleeping legs apart and mouth open. Indians don’
The year 1950 marked the beginning of India’s distinct artistic voice, free from the clutches of a 200-year colonial rule. Morale was high and there was a whiff of revolution in the air. It was around this time that the "Golden Era" of Hindi cinema came into its own