If Disney Princesses Were Feminists

Once upon a time there was a beautiful princess who fell in love with a handsome prince after he rescued her from (insert evil character here). The prince took the princess away to his kingdom and they lived happily ever after. The end. This reads like practically every Disney princess story since Snow White, the […]

What You Should Know About Your Partner’s Period

PMS. Premenstrual Syndrome. Also known as the series of symptoms that can turn even the most gentle lady into a snappy, irritable monster, PMS is often more dreaded by women and those around them than their period itself! Cramps, often debilitating ones, an upset stomach, bloating, sore breasts, aching legs and backs and mood swings […]

Story Of A Girl In India

The plight of young girls and women in India is hardly news to anyone. The abject poverty, lack of educational opportunities, forced child marriage and the absence of any medical or sanitary care are just some of the things that girls in India have to deal with every day.   Unimaginable numbers of teenage girls […]

Period Products For A Cause

The environment, upliftment of the impoverished, menstruation and education about period poverty are all topics that result in excited conversations and heated debates across the world. As if worrying about the harm our daily lives inflict on the environment wasn’t enough to stress us out, we are now (rightfully) compelled to consider the impact of […]

In Conversation with a Yogini

We sat down with Shebani Shah, a Masters in International Journalism from City University, London, originally from New Jersey. She has done a Certified Yoga Teacher RYT® from Gokulam, Mysore, India. She has trained 250+ hours in anatomy, theory, philosophy, therapy, and posture practice centered around mind-body-soul wellness at Yogadarshanam and is actively teaching and […]

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