⚔️Is a woman another woman’s worst enemy?

Kicking in the new year by exploring if the popular adage "aurat hi aurat ki sabse badi dushman hoti hai" has any truth to it. Hello ji, Happy Another Revolution Around the Sun to our planet! Please accept the only New Year gift I can give to you - a cool GIF. Earth and Venus... Continue Reading →

Happy Men’s Day (Part One)

We see you, good men of the world. Hello ji, So coming up soon is Men’s Day (19 November). I, of course, have some feelings about there being a day dedicated to the people who run all of the other days. But I am going to keep those feelings aside for this piece. Things have... Continue Reading →

Review: The Cactus

The Cactus is the story of Susan Green - a bureaucrat in her mid-40s who has no time (or patience) for people and the many feelings and failings they come with. As a result, she is a single woman living in London with no friends, and limited contact with her family, save her aged mother.... Continue Reading →

Whither Good News?

Childfree and lovin' it Hello ji, I was once at an office get-together. We were celebrating a professional milestone our team had achieved after months of hard work, and weeks of sleepless nights. People were coming up to each other, commending everyone on their contribution. The bosses were making speeches about team members who went... Continue Reading →

Lessons from the Tarun Tejpal judgment

A helpful guide to navigating the legal system's chat show Hello ji, Once upon a time, I was assaulted. And while I don't feel like writing about what happened, I do want to write about how it ended. After the dust settled, I found myself at the police thana. My assaulter was in police custody, and... Continue Reading →

Miranda rights some wrongs

Women students volunteer for Covid relief Hello ji, What was the biggest difference that you made to the world around you when you were a student? (Not counting the readers who are students now.) Let me tell you the story of the time I led a student revolution. In our final year of engineering, we... Continue Reading →

Pink Princesses and Unicorns 🦄

What the hell is my problem with royalty anyway? Hello ji, If a picture is worth a thousand words, brace yourself for a 30,000 worder coming your way, beginning with a thousand well-deserved words about this adorable baby. Source: smithsonianmag.com The munchkin in this image is wearing the gender-neutral clothing children wore in 19th-century America.... Continue Reading →

What Women of Womaning Want

Happy Womaning Day! Hello ji, Last week was a tough read, na? Trust me, it was a tough write too. So on public demand (as also in the interest of my own sanity), I have decided to keep it light this week. Lucky me, International Women’s Day is upon us. Or, as the world of consumerism likes... Continue Reading →

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