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#MeToo

Amruta Patil
December 27, 2018

Making Waves: Amruta Patil

Text by Ranjabati Das

Her works hold the reader captive with their sinewy, multilayered storylines. The country’s first female graphic novelist constructs and deconstructs narratives with a view to tell stories that are progressive, socially relevant and epic in scale, finds Verve
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Anshika Khullar, England-based illustrator
December 24, 2018

How Anshika Khullar Uses Art To Empower The LGBTQIA+ Community

Text by Ojas Kolvankar. Illustration by Anshika Khullar

The 24-year-old England-based illustrator, talks to Verve about the process of creating an inclusive imagery of the LGBTQIA+ community and pushing for adequate representation for South Asian queer groups on a global scale
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Tora Man Bada Papi, Kajol Menon, Mandovi Menon
December 18, 2018

We revisit a 2013 photo series Items, which explored the notion of women’s bodies and their relationship to the gaze, agency and consent. Photographer Aishwarya Arumbakkam and the five stereotype-challenging individuals documented by her speak exclusively to Verve about how the #MeToo movement is a continuation of the conversation that they tackled with these images…
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#MeToo India

As the movement progresses, Verve takes stock of the many questions relating to gender, social power dynamics and sexual autonomy, and the debate around them. In this issue, we have put together a section dedicated to the significant and timely #MeToo India, with insightful perspectives from an inspiring group of contributors.
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#MeToo, Bollywood, child abuse, Cinema, Featured, Kalki Koechlin, Lucrece, Online Exclusive, Paul Goodwin, Play, Sexual Assault, Shakespeare, The Rape of Lucrece, The Shakespeare Edit, Theatre
November 28, 2018

One of the country's finest screen and stage artistes, Kalki Koechlin talks to Verve about playing the titular role in the NCPA collaboration and its relevance in today's social setting
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#MeToo, #TimesUp, A Room of One's Own, Australia, Canada, Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Egypt, Elena Favilli, Elif Shafak, Featured, Feminism, Feminist Stories, Feminst Books, France, Francesca Cavallo, Germaine Greer, Goodnight Stories For Rebel Girls, Headscarves & Hymens, India, Iran, Italy, Margaret Atwood, Marjane Satrapi, Mona Eltahawy, Nigeria, NoViolet Bulawayo, Online Exclusive, Persepolis, Simone de Beauvoir, Sylvia Plath, The Bastard of Istanbul, The Bell Jar, The Female Eunuch, The Handmaid's Tale, The Second Sex, Turkey, Under Western Eyes, United Kingdom, United States, Virginia Woolf, We Need New Names, We Should All Be Feminists, Zimbabwe
November 14, 2018

A comprehensive list of books from all over the world that help navigate the true meaning and impact of feminism
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