Why is women’s equality so hard to fathom? Sometimes I am just stunned … because when you think it can’t get worse, it does.
Sometimes projects that aim to address problems that affect women replicate the structures of sexism and violence that make women’s lives difficult in the first place. It happens in subtle as well as overt ways. Continue reading
“Tell that dietary tip,” Uma Babusekhar urged Sundari Vishwanathan. “Eat like a lion and …”
Sundari obliged. While most of us might use a simple phrase such as “eat foods that are high in fiber,” the trainers at Vasantha Memorial Trust have a more colorful way of putting it. I gently requested them to reconsider their word choice. Grinning brightly, they effused, “Eat like a lion and eliminate like an elephant.”