The #MeToo movement in India has shifted the blame and shame from victims to the sexual predators, and it’s about time. Here are five things we all – men, women, organizations and societies – can learn from this social-media outpouring.
The one thing that undermined and unravelled my marriage was not domestic violence, or another woman. It was something simpler – yet more important.
Ruby Lal’s new book ‘Empress: The Astonishing Reign of Nur Jahan’ is a much-needed study of one of the most legendary female icons in Indian history.
Why do South Korean beauty products inspire so many millennial beauty junkies in India? We head to India’s first K-BeautyCon to find out.
Students, both girls and boys, are leading the call to make life easier and safer for Indian women. Here are two devices developed by Delhi students.
Author Gabrielle Blair has kicked up a Twitter storm with a series of tweets on why the burden of abortion should be on men since they are 100 per cent responsible for unwanted pregnancies.
Shoppers loved the Step Earth Mela, where ethically produced lifestyle products shared space with organic foods and eco-friendly apparel.
She was the typical Mumbai girl who wanted to stay in India all her life. But her travel-crazy husband ensured otherwise. Hundreds of journeys later, Kiran Kapoor now lives in a state of permanent gratitude.
Being an ethical consumer does not mean compromising on your lifestyle choices! Shop from over 50 environmentally friendly brands and artisan clusters at the STEP Earth Mela, being held on September 15-16 at Italian Embassy Cultural Center, Delhi.
A ‘menstrual bill’ has been placed in Parliament to allow women two days of leave during their periods. How does it play out in our fight for equality?
The nature-human conflict has led to disastrous consequences in the Sundarbans, where tiger attacks have widowed scores of women, leaving them vulnerable to penury and social prejudice.
A family in southern Kerala shares their harrowing experience as their home and village were flooded during this year’s devastating monsoon.
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We asked our readers: Are skirts a practical garment for schoolgirls? This was the prizewinning response!
These four collectives are working to ensure women’s empowerment and social participation through law and research. Reach out if you need help.
The architecture of the Alcazar in Seville, a conversation with a modern-day artist – it’s an interesting contrast of cultures for this Indian tourist.
It’s contest time! Share your thoughts and win!
Sunita Pandey’s inner mother-in-law is seeing red.
The effects of environmental pollution are damaging our children’s brains within days after birth, leaving India with a crisis in the making.
The stories of these girls and women were the most-read on this website in the past 12 months since eShe magazine was launched.
Like many working women in India, marketing professional Rabia Sooch Khandelwal had to take a break in her career once the babies were born, but the experience brought out another side of her.
Bhutan is considered the happiest place in the world. Perhaps one of the reasons is that women have equal rights, opportunities and personal freedoms.
A mother loses 8 kg and introduces her family to yoga. A student finds concentration and aces her exams. And another beats insomnia and binge-eating disorder. These are the yoga stories that win our “Yoga Story” contest and a health getaway to Kerala!
German flight attendant Mariam Jouini was teary-eyed the first time she flew to India – and now she can’t get enough of the country and its gods.
How did yoga change your life? Tell us your story and win!
Read the prizewinning entries in our ‘Equal Visibility’ reader contest.
Are women authors being reviewed and showcased as often as men?
Bright young researcher Reeti Roy was selected to be a legislative assistant to MP Shashi Tharoor. She recounts her experiences that led to the launch of her startup, Aglet Ink.
A hillside hermitage, a guru who uses English slang, a workshop on a spiritual tool for divination – this is quite a getaway for Dr Urvashi Tandon.
From fantasy to the darker side of reality, here are our top three book recommendations for this month.