I’ve always wished I had a goddess of Feminism who could answer all the questions I have accumulated over the years. It seems like I can’t but here are 10 of the questions anyway. Please help.
I just read a men’s magazine from cover to cover for the first time and I’ve learnt some hilarious and horrifying lessons. Here are the best, most ridiculous things I’ve learnt.
The pop-culture based representation of the sexual habits of women is woefully limited but with the right amount of levity, it’s also hilarious. Read our evaluation of the sexual habits of television-women for a few deeply sad laughs.
Women’s lives are governed by social and familial expectations but the experience of womanhood is worthy of more authenticity than that. Here are ten things every woman should do for herself once (and you know, you can do hundreds of others too).
The nature of womanhood changes over the course of the years. I certainly don’t have the excitable hopes or resilient bones I did ten years ago. How do ideas of womanhood change over the course of ten years?
Dating isn’t quite what it used to be. Read our hilarious guide to help you transition to modern dating. Warning: Follow at your own risk.
Based on years of reading pick-up guides all over the internet and in men’s magazines, I feel ready to write my own pick-up guide. Warning: Heavy sarcasm ahead.
Dating apps are the dark, disgusting hole of the internet. We’re all there and we all hate being there. We’ve all met some characters. Allow me to share the stories of the ten most ridiculous ones I have met over the years.
Sexual education in India whether it was taught in a classroom or through the social messaging system is a mess. In our weekly sex-column read what I wish we had been taught instead.
Every fairy-tale would have you believe that all women hate each other, every step-mother is evil, every princess is dumb and every prince is exempt from consent. Perhaps it’s time for a satirical feminist retelling.