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Monthly Archives: November 2011
‘Men Say No Blogathon’ On a Computer near you, 24 November to 10 December 2011 What Is a Blogathon A Blogathon is an online event during which participating bloggers write one or more posts on a theme chosen by … Continue reading
“11 years ago, on this day, Teja and I were in court signing a register. Dhanno was 7. After we had finished the business with the magistrate, Dhanno cried and cried. The magistrate had forgotten to take her signature, wasn’t … Continue reading
By Seema Goswami in HT Brunch “Of all the words that seek to hide a grim reality behind innocuous euphemisms – honour killings, collateral damage, dowry deaths – the most ludicrous has to be ‘eve-teasing’. And of late we have … Continue reading
If you’re a victim yourself, please speak up… there is a compassionate world out there, with people willing to help you. If you aren’t a victim, but see something happen, try to do something about it – even if its as simple … Continue reading
This is not a survivor story. Surviving an ordeal entails more than the constant struggle to get through it. A survivor is a former victim who breaks free of abuse and brings about a positive change to his/her life. This … Continue reading
And with that, dear friends, we reach the end of October, a month and more when over 80 bloggers (and their readers) focussed attention on the violence faced by women. Whether Female Foeticide or Domestic Violence or Marital Rape or … Continue reading