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Autobiographies of 5 Indian Women that you just should not miss feministaa.com/2016/03/09/autobiographies-of-5-indian-women-that-you-just-should-not-miss/

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Women have traditionally been taught that they should “be seen but not heard”. We are a society that places a high premium on silencing women, of consigning them to the margins and deleting them from history. The traditional invisibility of women’s distinct, individual voices is what Virginia Woolf referred to when she said, probably with a raised eyebrow and a half-grin, that “for most of history, Anonymous was a woman.”

 

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5 Women Who Beat Their Physical Challenges to Success feministaa.com/2016/03/02/5-women-who-beat-their-physical-challenges-to-success/

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When the heart is filled with courage and the mind reflects will as strong as a rock, then physical challenges seem trifling. As it happened in the case of these five women, who defied their physicality to triumph over their life and career. Today, theirs is a tale to be told to inspire millions!

 

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These cases of Sexual Harassment will shock you !! feministaa.com/2016/03/01/these-cases-of-sexual-harassment-will-shock-you/

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The definition of Sexual Harassment has always baffled me.  I’ve researched immensely about this particular social issue and have always come to the same conclusion that the victims of sexual harassment talk more about  being ’emotionally deteriorated’ post the incident than being “physically damaged”.

 

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Women Farmers are the Backbone of the Rural Economy feministaa.com/2016/02/25/my-husband-did-not-have-enough-courage-to-face-the-problems-but-i-do-and-i-will-fight/

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With the egregious rise in the number of farmer deaths in Vidarbha, Maharashtra, the growing number of farm widows has also escalated. When a crisis-hit farmer kills himself, what happens to the family he leaves behind? His widow is further pushed into the debt trap and multiplies her struggle to make ends meet. After a farmer commits suicide, his family needs to fill up a 40 page questionnaire which validates his existence as a ‘legitimate farmer’. In most of the conditions, the government does not pay any money to the family if the suicide was committed out of depression and not loan-debt problem. In the cases that it does pay, Rs 30, 000 is directly paid to the farmer’s widow while Rs 70,000 is preserved in the form of a FD, so that the money cannot be looted by the hungry money-lenders.

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