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Delhi HC Women Lawyers Forum calls out ‘misogyny of the bar’ in reaction to 1994 assault case

Former Delhi HC Bar Association president Rajiv Khosla was convicted on 29 Oct for assaulting lawyer Sujata Kohli in 1994. A section of male lawyers resolved to abstain from work Tuesday in protest.
The exhibit that sparked an uproar on social media | Photo: Twitter/@afrazhaowang

‘Prettiest to ugliest’: Chinese artist ranks 5,000 women in his exhibit, art gallery says sorry

Art gallery OCAT Shanghai has been shut since 18 June afternoon, after it issued an apology for promoting artist Song Ta whose exhibit sparked outrage on social media.
Nirmala Sitharaman

Economy is an issue, but the venom against Nirmala Sitharaman is because she is a woman

As Parliament opened this week, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman became the latest target of Indian men’s ingrained misogyny.

Locker room boys to IT cell men: India’s rape culture grows without shame or consequences

If Delhi school boys on Instagram privately plan to rape underage girls, then men from IT cells of political parties publicly threaten women on Twitter and Facebook.
Philosopher Mary Calkins | ThePrint

We can all name men philosophers. So, here’s a list of women philosophers you must know

One probable reason why women philosophers have been neglected is that idealism fell out of fashion. Another is misogyny.

Art, life and Bollywood’s role in violence against women

A petition to add disclaimers to movies that depict gender violence has led to a debate on the efficacy of such messaging and the filmmaker’s freedom of expression.

India’s World Cup team is a wise pick — experienced, fit & capable

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Symbiosis has a culture of institutional sexism

Small incidents of misogyny by students and staff, and shutting down of women, enable abuse and harassment in an otherwise liberal college.
IPS Sangliana, with D Roopa and Nirbhaya's mother

Not just about Nirbhaya’s mother, Karnataka top cop has a history of misogynistic remarks

Known to be an honest officer, H.T. Sangliana once booked his wife for using his official car to go shopping.

Sit girl, in the corner: Across the world, the many proverbs that keep sexism alive

Around the world, through the ages, there have been norms for how women should conduct themselves.
Illustration: Ramandeep Kaur | ThePrint

Bezos, Branson & Musk — Are billionaires popularising space travel or just on an ego trip?

Jeff Bezos will travel to the edge of space in his New Shepard aircraft — more than a week after billionaire Richard Branson defeated him in a fast developing space race.