Radar Roundup: November 8, 2014
Badal ja! lately
- Excited to introduce our music series: BadalJams—an exploration of inspiring, taboo-teasing, body positive, and (of course) controversial songs that have contributed to the global movement for gender justice.
- 3 ways India supports women’s economic participation
- Aastha Parivaar to host “Unlikely Conversations”
- What good does porn do for a relationship? Stay tuned for more on this fascinating discussion. Want to share your own perspective? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What we’re reading
- Who’s going to the Pune Pride Walk on Sunday, 9 November?
- Girls in a tribal village in Orissa take up journalism. An inspiring look into the efforts of these young reporters.
- “A simple conflation of strangeness and desire.” Notes on what we mean by exotic.
- In which Kiss of Love goes viral. Today Delhi, next week Mumbai? Do let us know if you hear of plans to gather in Mumbai.
- Micro-aggressions come up often in conversations about gender equality in the workplace. What about micro-affirmations?
- Bookmark this reading list on post-colonial feminism.
- “I did not wear a saree for my wedding night.” This one might make you teary, but you will emerge with the positive affirmation that it’s OK to shout, to raise your voice, to be heard.
- Why Banksy, the world’s most famous street artist, is a woman.
- Speaking of art on the streets, the Mumbai edition of St+art is ongoing this month, with fresh colors and exhibitions across the city. Check the schedule: St+Art Mumbai.