Body shaming and bully are two interlinked concepts that are ingrained into the Indian consciousness. This perpetual problem is also a part of the Indian schooling structure where grades and intellect matter more than actual learning, creativity, and kindness. Where posters and workshops are expected to rectifying dangerous levels of bullying, in which teachers are often involved.

This problem has now made its way to the virtual world, where it’s deemed appropriate to comment on someone even in private chats!

Pertaining to the unavailability of school counsellors and therapists in general, It’s time we stopped associating these issues with only their victims and started working on their solutions from the grassroots.

While ignorance might be a choice, it is also a privilege.

By: Dishti Kawatra

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People often think that leading a sustainable business is difficult and expensive, but with correct steps, everyone can incorporate sustainability easily without hassle. These are some of the ways you can do that:

1. Both men and women often use a razor to shave their bodies. Instead of using a…

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Women’s empowerment begins with the act of considering women equal to men. The whole of feminist ideology revolves around the concept of establishing equality of all sexes. Discrimination against women has been so imminent in our society that we often fail to notice the subtle and latent forms of sexism.

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Menstruation is not a choice, it’s a cycle of the release of normal vaginal blood which occurs every month among women from the approximate ages of 13 to 50. The fact that feminine hygiene products aren’t free is vile. 64% of women can not afford them due to the high unreasonable taxes enforced on the products. This is known as period poverty, something people believe that is an absurd term. Over 800 million women can’t afford menstrual products every month. These products are part of basic necessities and should be provided free of cost to all women. Women not having these products provided to them can lead to multiple physical health problems ranging from pregnancy complications to urinary tract infections.

By: Trisha Saini

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I have seen many people playing with street animals, feeding them, petting them and I’ve never felt as happy as I do when I see them.

I’ve always felt that the way we treat animals is the true representation of who we are. There are people who abuse animals, torture…

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