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Women’s Issues

How To Protect Yourself: Self-Defence Techniques For Women

April 7, 2011
You don't have to be Sandra Bullock in Ms. Congeniality to learn these self-defense tricks that will help you take charge of your personal safety.

Therapeutic Tattoos For Vitiligo And Leukoderma

March 3, 2011
New treatments in the form of therapeutic skin-coloured tattoos, can be used to camouflage skin pigment loss caused by leucoderma and vitiligo.

Patriarchy, Pills And PMS

March 3, 2011
A pill to stop your periods, scream the headlines announcing the fact that scientists are working on a pill that could eliminate the need for women to have monthly menstruation. But who decides these things? And who benefits by defining a woman’s period as something that should be done away with?

Child Sexual Abuse: Healing From Incest As A Child Molestation Survivor

March 3, 2011
Child sexual abuse is very common around the world. But, if you’re a child molestation survivor, you should know that there are ways to heal from child abuse.

Female Foeticide: My Baby Deserves To Live

March 3, 2011
Female foeticide has led to a completely skewed sex ratio in many parts of South-East Asia. This essay discusses discrimination towards the girl child in India.

Dating Dish: Why ‘Perfect’ Men Are Dangerous

March 3, 2011
The only way to have the perfect relationship is by building a relationship over time in a healthy way, advises our dating coach, Paige Parker.

Emotional Abuse Checklist: Learn The Warning Signs Of Emotional Abuse

March 2, 2011
Are you facing emotional abuse? Learn the warning signs of emotional abuse in this emotional abuse checklist so you can leave an abusive relationship.

Tolerating Abuse: How Much Is Enough?

March 2, 2011
It seems that for the average Indian family izzat is more important than a daughter. How much can we take and what is our limit when it comes to abuse, asks Khushboo Aulakh.

Is The Internet Dangerous For Women?

February 25, 2011
Statistics show that one in seven children who go on the Internet will receive some sort of sexual communication. Of those, 70 percent will be female.

Naaree Interviews Sonia Mackwani, Founder of Touching Lives

February 18, 2011
Naaree interviews Sonia Mackwani, the founder and counselling psychologist of the NGO, Touching Lives, that works with sex workers and their children.
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