Category Archives: feminism

The Shift #FlashFiction

Everyone who walked across the cream-hued corner house of Carter Lane, in that idyllic little town, paused and took in the sight. After all it was not commonplace to see a scarecrow dressed in feminine attire perched in all its … Continue reading

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When ‘The Marvelous Mrs Maisel’ Got Me Thinking: Are Women Born To Be Mothers?

So, recently, I joined the Amazon/Netflix bandwagon. Yes, it was too tempting a proposition to be stalled. It brought me face to face with a plethora of TV shows and movies (making my procrastinating ways even worse). As I greedily … Continue reading

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And then she slept!!

I sit on the big brown coloured couch which is discolured at the edges but still offers the warmth of an old friend. I am fidgeting with the remote and my eyes are transfixed on the television which presents a … Continue reading

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Youthful !!

‘Hello from the other side, I must have called a thousand times’. As I sat near the first floor apartment, the melody hit my ear and I was moved by the sheer power of the husky voice. The woman who … Continue reading

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X-Factor !!

She walked enthusiastically holding her husband’s hand while the beats of the drum resounded through the society. They were a picture of gaiety. She wore a pink bandini saree and her large kohl laden eyes brimmed with light and happiness. … Continue reading

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