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Who is to blame: Victim or Perpetrator?

Just imagine that you had walked into an ATM to draw some cash or, say, you were on your way to a wedding dressed in a reasonable amount of gold jewellery. As you were approaching your car what if someone slit your throat and stole your cash or jewellery? Whose fault do you think it […]

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Kaali Kali

Dark is beautiful had a splendid opportunity to be a part of a solo exhibition titled “Kaali Kali”, by Yash Shankar that celebrated body positivity and diversity among women with the theme majorly focusing on skin colour discrimination. We love supporting and encouraging young artists like Yash who beautifully express their thoughts through their artwork. […]

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Respect Life,Respect Lives

Respect Life,Respect Lives

Do you wonder, what’s gone missing in the world when you hear of brutal incidents of rape, murder, domestic violence and other forms of physical abuse? What makes people resort to such inhuman behaviour? Yes, there lies the clue. It is inhuman. When someone loses their soul within which is the seat of love, honour […]

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Dark on Fleek

    Dark is Beautiful launched in 2009, has had a cascading effect since its inception. It has stimulated and inspired the birth of many other campaigns which advocates against skin colour discrimination. As we (Women of Worth), were inaugurating our Dark is Beautiful Hyderabad Chapter, on the title “Beauty Beyond Colour”on 5th March 2016, […]

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Off to School!

By Kavitha Emmanuel Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, Turn around.  Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, Touch the ground. Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, Polish the shoes. Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, Off to school. Here’s a cute rhyme we teach kids to motivate them to go to school. But our children aren’t teddy bears in the first place and they need more than […]

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Road to Recovery

By Susanna Deepthi Injustice against women has been rampant this past year. Reports of children and women being raped have made us uncomfortable. What has been our reaction to it all?  Is it that of anger, wanting to fight for justice? Is it a sense of sadness and sympathy for the affected individuals? Is it […]

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