September 28, 2018
Hundreds of girls in India are given names indicating they’re unwanted. A woman in Haryana broke this spell and took on a new name.
The triple talaq bill, waiting for the Rajya Sabha's approval, has left people debating about whether it will actually protect Muslim women's rights.
Women in rural Odisha reflect on what the compulsion to change one’s surname after marriage means for their identity.
From tax reforms to Bollywood movie tropes to everyday realities-- there is no escaping the symbols of marriage that only apply to women.
The patriarchal politics of names and women's identity. Join the discussion on Twitter @videovolunteers on June 13, 1-2 PM.
Iqra Bano fights patriarchy and state neglect to pursue her dream of playing professional cricket.
Community Correspondent Madhuri asks Sindhu, Gayatri Devi, Rita Devi and Srisati Devi the names of their husband. The women, of varying age, all smile shyly and unanimously respond that they cannot refer to their husbands by their names. The reason being the husband is a superior creature, equivalent to a...