Mental Health

Dealing with anxiety

‘Just Stop Worrying’ Is Not a Solution for Anxiety

Mental health wasn’t openly spoken about when I was younger, as talking about how you felt was perceived negatively. This was to the extent that in my local language, when … Read More

Dealing with death during pandemic

Dealing With Death and Grief in the Pandemic World

The Greek figure of Orpheus loved his wife dearly and could not imagine living a life without her presence in his life. When his wife died, he was inconsolable, his … Read More

Talking about imposter syndrome

We Need to Talk About Imposter Syndrome

In the penultimate episode of the much-celebrated American mockumentary sitcom TV series, The Office, Pamela Beasley confronts her husband with tearful eyes and admits that she thinks she might not be … Read More

How employment impacts mental health

How Employment Has a Significant Impact on the Mental Health of Women?

Arguably, one of the saddest truths of our society, even in present times, is that working women have to confront questions such as “You are not the breadwinner of the … Read More

Mindfulness and meditation can improve your personality

How Can Mindfulness and Gratitude Practicing Improve Your Behavioral Pattern and Personality?

In the Beginning It is amusing that while writing about how “practising” mindfulness and gratitude improve one’s behavioural pattern and personality, my mind drifts to my school days. Taking me … Read More

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10 Little-Known Facts About The Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang Theory entered our lives when physics and comic books were stringently reserved for nerds. In 2007 when the pilot of the show was launched, the original trilogy of X-Men had … Read More

Celebrities who are Vegan in 2021

Natalie Portman to Ariana Grande: Here’s Why Many Celebs Have Vouched For Veganism!

“Three times a day, I remind myself that I value life and do not want to cause pain to or kill other living beings. That is why I eat the … Read More

Why if the funding scenario dismal for women in India?

Why Is the Funding Scenario Dismal For Women Entrepreneurs in India?

Going by studies, India is slated to become the world’s largest economy with a projected GDP of $13.7 billion by 2030. The Indian government is doing its best to boost … Read More

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How to Get Away With Shade?

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Yorgos Lanthimos’ Filmography: The Art of Posing a Moral Dilemma

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We Need To Stop Using the Term ‘Prostitute’ as an Abusive!

“Prostitutes wear short clothes.” “You are a hooker for talking to boys, hanging out with them, and oh my god, for having a boyfriend.” “What a slut for rejecting me.” … Read More

Women leadership challenges

A Short List Of Challenges That Women Face At Work

A modern-day woman still struggles hard to strike off the work-life balance while trying to advance in the workplace. Although we have walked a long way acing through voting and … Read More

Meet the top Indian female vloggers

Meet The Top 5 Indian Women Vloggers Of 2019

Being a vlogger is no child’s play. Contrary to the popular idea, that any Tom, Dick, and Harry can rise to fame overnight by uploading a good-looking video of oneself, … Read More

Pop Culture

Selena Gomez and Halsey On Battling Bipolar Disorder

Selena Gomez and Halsey are both incredibly successful pop stars who have dominated the music charts and billboards through their popular hits. With songs like Bad Liar, Without Me, Lose … Read More

The Dark side of Hitchcock

The Role of Women in Hitchcock Films

Alfred Hitchcock is known to us as the brilliant director with iconic films like Psycho (1960) and Vertigo (1958) to his name. Around 80 years ago, he went on a … Read More

A Still from Runaway Train

Revisiting Runaway Train-A Sinfully Underrated Gem

“Cinema is the most beautiful fraud in the world.”   – Jean-Luc Godard Along comes a film, sometimes, that is wrapped-wrapped within the gloss of a genre that it takes multiple … Read More

The Big Bang Theory

10 Little-Known Facts About The Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang Theory entered our lives when physics and comic books were stringently reserved for nerds. In 2007 when the pilot of the show was launched, the original trilogy of X-Men had … Read More

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How To Get Away With Murder

How to Get Away With Shade?

Racism, inequality, discrimination, casting out, and what not? These are just the tip of the iceberg on difficulties endured by African Americans all these years. Despite this, they’ve never lost … Read More

The philosophy of Lanthimos

Yorgos Lanthimos’ Filmography: The Art of Posing a Moral Dilemma

We deal in absolutes. That’s not a generalization, even if it sounds so. Despite appreciating circumstances and factors out of our control, everyone sometimes gives in to the temptation of … Read More

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Life Lessons From NBC’s Parenthood

Parenthood is an NBC drama-comedy series that ran for six seasons, from 2010 to 2015. At the time it premiered, the show didn’t receive as much traction as it did … Read More

Brokeback Mountain review

Adventures into New Queer Cinema: Brokeback Mountain Review

I’ve been expanding my viewing habits with films that broke barriers lately. That includes exploring indie New Queer Cinema to its mainstream evolution, finding films that embraced LGBTQ themes into … Read More

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The right age for marriages

What Do You Think About Tying Knots?

How often have we, as women, heard from our families, relatives, or society that it’s “time” to get married, as it’s the “appropriate age” now. Independent and Women are two … Read More

Tips to perform Shakespeare on stage

7 Tips for Performing Shakespeare on Stage

First and foremost, after your first experience in a Shakespeare class, get familiar with Edith Skinner’s Speak with Distinction for a sharp diction! With full of determination and wonderful goals, the following list … Read More

The Dark side of Hitchcock

The Role of Women in Hitchcock Films

Alfred Hitchcock is known to us as the brilliant director with iconic films like Psycho (1960) and Vertigo (1958) to his name. Around 80 years ago, he went on a … Read More

Pride month celebration

Kay Beauty By Katrina Kaif Celebrates The Pride Month

Everyone is well aware of Katrina Kaif’s humanitarian works. This June, with pride month, she did something which no Indian makeup brand has done so far. Kay Beauty, the label … Read More

Brokeback Mountain review

Adventures into New Queer Cinema: Brokeback Mountain Review

I’ve been expanding my viewing habits with films that broke barriers lately. That includes exploring indie New Queer Cinema to its mainstream evolution, finding films that embraced LGBTQ themes into … Read More

Dealing with anxiety

‘Just Stop Worrying’ Is Not a Solution for Anxiety

Mental health wasn’t openly spoken about when I was younger, as talking about how you felt was perceived negatively. This was to the extent that in my local language, when … Read More