Reading Time: 12 minutesIn the highly patriarchal Nepali society with very low level — as well as low quality — of education of the population, maintaining the status quo benefits the high caste Hindu men, the social, economic and political elite. . . . → Read More: Intersex, Women, Men and Nepal
Reading Time: 4 minutesOver 60% of Nepali women believe that a mother-in-law is justified in verbally abusing and threatening her daughter-in-law for any one of six reasons! . . . → Read More: Attitude of Nepali Women Towards Abusive Behavior by Their Mothers-in-law
Reading Time: 7 minutesIn the highly patriarchal society that is Nepal, it’s not surprising that women have such laxed attitudes towards domestic violence. Addressing that requires a multi-prong approach, one of which must be providing quality education to the population. . . . → Read More: Nepal: Patriarchy-Shaped Laxed Attitudes Towards Wife-beating
Reading Time: 1 minutePeruvian beauty pageant contestants present their figures…. . . . → Read More: Beauty Peagant Contestants’ Figures
Equality, In & Around Kathmandu
Reading Time: 8 minutes
Cold really is “We serve beer as cold as your ex-girlfriend’s heart,” if you know what I mean.
(I certainly don’t mean the beer or ex’s heart.)
. . . → Read More: Cold is “Beer as Cold as Your Ex-girlfriend’s Heart”
Reading Time: 5 minutesGirls and women need to be able to walk free just as boys and men. Boys and men MUST to do what they can to ensure that because every boy and man has a sister or a mother or an aunt or a grandmother or a female cousin or a wife or a female friend. One thing a boy or a man can do easily is be an ally and counter harassment whenever you see it happening. . . . → Read More: #IWalkFreely…as Should Our Girls And Women
Reading Time: 2 minutes
Nepal needs a revolution…
a revolution of the mind.
Here’s one of many MANY reasons why.
. . . → Read More: Hall of Shame I