I am Untouchable

Despite the fact that menstruation is a biological, natural and an obvious part of women’s life, menstruation is still taken as a taboo in Nepali society. In a conservative Nepali society, taboos and myths about menstruation not only exclude women from social relations but also snatches their freedom to enjoy their rights on her first… Continue reading


बलात्कार

अनि उसका शरीरलाई पछारेर उसका अश्मितालाई निर्दाही लछारेर उसका रोदन र गुहारलाई वलले दबाउछौ र आफ्नो स्वार्थको सम्भोग कमाउछौ कति बलिया ति पाखुराहरू जसलाई तेस्तै छातीका अमृतले सिचेका हुन् त्येही पाखुराले आज ति कोमलताको हत्या गरी कति निर्लजताले तिर्यौ त्यो मातृत्वको गुण कति पुरुसार्थ कमाए जस्तो लाग्ला कोमल शरीरमाथि जीत पाउदा पराकर्मीको अनुभूति होला छलको… Continue reading



Time to act

– Sivanathi Thanenthiran Nepal ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (Cedaw) in 1991 as part of its commitment to uphold and protect gender equality. On Tuesday, seven years after its last review, the country reported its progress to the 71st session of the Cedaw Committee in Geneva. Countries… Continue reading


The Real You in your Safe Space

– Mahim Aryal You are the real you in your safe space, while you are not the same person you were anymore in unsafe space. Safe space for youths, Safe space is such an area where youths can share their opinions, discuss, express them or can open up with their self, discarding the stereotypes, discrimination… Continue reading





Periods in the Custody

– Nisha Adhikari “Menstruation: A journey of girls into womanhood” Womanhood can be beautiful but also sometimes comes along with all those cramps, bloating, mood swings, back pain and in some cases, excessive bleeding. Luckily I have every necessary products to tackle with this or make these easier. I have medications especially designed for menstrual… Continue reading


Fat Girl With A Pretty Face

– Samata Shrestha   My skinny friend who binges on fries tells me that I should take a break. “Did you try kale detox water?” “Did you cut down to 573 calories?”   Throw out all that I have ate The society tells me that I need a 36-24-26 figure body.   It’s not that… Continue reading