Meet Bossypants: Tina Fey is the Feminist Icon We Need

Who is Tina Fey? There are a few people who haven’t heard the name, but for the millennials who have grown up without the wisdom of Liz Lemon, here is a short introduction. Tina Fey is a 49-year-old writer, comedian, producer and actor who still remains very relevant in the entertainment industry despite the blatant… Read More

Intersectional Champion of the Month: Rabindranath Tagore

Remembered as the composer of our National Anthem, Rabindranath Tagore was a philosopher, a poet, author, musician, painter and an activist for social change in colonial India. The first Asian to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature for ‘Gitanjali’, he spread the Indian ideology globally through his works and music. For generations, historians and… Read More

Intersectional Champion of the Month: Dr. B R Ambedkar

Today we celebrate the 128th birth anniversary of Dr. B R Ambedkar – our Crusader for Social Justice. We remember Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar for his contribution to our constitution. We all studied about him in school, but have since forgotten the values he envisioned in an ‘independent India’.  Although his ideals have been co-opted and corrupted… Read More

Top 9 Reasons why Arya is our Favourite Stark Sibling

Bran is the three-eyed raven and that is pretty cool. Sansa is just coming out of her shell. Rob and Rickon are long gone and Jon maybe the King of the North, but Arya is who we secretly hope to be. Here are 9 reasons why Arya is the most badass Stark of them all.… Read More

11 Reasons why Hermione Granger is a Feminist Literary Favourite Character

It is Emma Watson’s Birthday this month and we love her for who she truly is. She has played strong stereotype defying roles, embracing each character and their flaws beautifully. We have seen Emma blossom into a real life version of our favourite literary character: Hermione Granger. Emma, like Hermione is a champion for equal… Read More