• Tuning Into Our Menstrual Cycles
    Womxn

    Tuning Into Our Menstrual Cycles

    The experience of menstruation is as varied as the menstruators. Our ideas about this  monthly cycle come from our families, culture and society. And like most experiences in our modern world, there can be little or no time for us…

  • Relationship Counselling Online
    Women,  Womxn

    The Lipstick Under Our Burkhas

    The plot line of Lipstick Under My Burkha (directed by Alankrita Shrivastava) revolves around 4 women, each from a different age group and each leading very different lives. A mother of 3 children, left alone to fend for herself; a…

  • Hysteria
    Opinions,  Research,  Women,  Womxn

    “That Woman Is Crazy!”

    In the 19th century, hysteria was considered a diagnosable physical illness among women. The symptoms ranged from seizures, mood swings, anxiety, shortness of breath, pain, bizarre movements, hallucinations and inability to speak. The word hysteria, in itself, originates from a…

  • Online Couples Counselling
    Relationships,  Women,  Womxn

    Womxn and Mental Load

    From the morning tea to dinner and cleaning up after that and ensuring that everyones ready for the next day is THEIR responsibility. When it comes to household chores, womxn are seen as the one who are in charge and…

  • Food & PCOS
    Food Psychology,  Research,  Womxn

    FOOD & PCOS

    The main symptoms of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome are irregular menstrual cycles, gaining weight, excessive hair growth or hair fall, acne, dark patches of skin, inappropriate male features. PCOS is also usually detected during puberty, with the start of menses. This…

  • Food and Womxn
    Food Psychology,  Research,  Womxn

    FOOD & WOMXN

    Thanks to patriarchy, if you’re a womxn, your relationship with food is likely to get worse by the time you hit puberty. While men are told to earn enough money and find high paying jobs for a beautiful wife, women…

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