Men’s Questions About #MeToo, Answered – Editor’s Outlook

Recently, for MARC’s #MeToo expert opinion blog, I was asked to share my opinions on the #MeToo Movement and what it should mean to men. I am super proud to share my name with experts like Terry Howard, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Texas Instruments, Lars Einar Engström a trained psychologist and a senior partner…

This thing about ‘Being Real’

I feel small when I say ‘NO’ to someone in need. I feel small when I lie. I feel small when I act cold. I feel small when I don’t fulfill promises. I feel small when I fight mindlessly. I feel small when I don’t trust love. I feel small when I give up on…

My Body, My Power – Editor’s Outlook

“My body is that power, into which I absorb all the energies of the universe. It’s that solace, into which I look for deeper meanings. My body is that truth, I am not ashamed of. It’s the compliment I wear with pride. My body is what I accept as definite. It’s my right to be…

Real Life Heroes – By Manvi: A Review

My work was recently reviewed by Sankhya Samhita (The author of ‘Revelations of An Imperfect Life‘). I remember a brief conversation with her where I casually opined, “I think, I am still ‘in the making‘”. She said, “Aren’t we all?”… Every time we inhale, we create. Every time we exhale, we deliver. So, create responsibly…

8 Historical Women Who Prove We’re In It Together – Editor’s Outlook

From Snipers to Bullfighters Women are change-makers. Their participation in the workforce grows economies, creates jobs, and increases prosperity. Celebrating the spirit of womanhood is not about touting the superiority of one gender over the other. It is, instead, about joining hands and learning how we can all continue to progress. These eight historical women…

Why is it hard to acknowledge a woman for her achievements?

When Ex-Foreign Minister of Pakistan Hina Rabbani Khar paid a visit to India in 2011, what evidently snatched the attention from her was her Birkin bag. Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard – the First Woman Prime Minister of Australia, was verbally attacked in 2014 for being “childless” and “unmarried”. Earlier this month, I was…