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I Am a Woman, Even If I Do Not Menstruate

Born without a vagina and uterus, she has always felt disconnected from other women.

by I Gusti Ayu Aryoni July 11, 2019
My Patriarchal Extended Family and Why I Dread Spending Holidays with Them

Even as a little girl, she knew something was off when she saw women spending most of their time in the kitchen to serve the men in the family.

by Shafira Amalia April 10, 2019
I am a Man, I Need Feminism

Men need to realize that supporting feminism will also liberate them from the yoke of patriarchy.

by Gede Benny Setia Wirawan March 25, 2019
Issues // Politics and Society
Perjuangan Masih Panjang Hapuskan Perkawinan Anak di Indonesia

Keputusan MK untuk menyerahkan pengubahan batas minimum usia menikah kepada DPR dikhawatirkan akan ditunggangi kelompok konservatif.

by Elma Adisya, Reporter December 17, 2018
Beware of the Silent Killer that is Emotional Abuse

Emotional abuser will slowly kill you on the inside, so run for your life.

by Vania Adiella December 4, 2018
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Issues // Politics and Society
Pro dan Kontra Pemberitaan Kekerasan Seksual

Dalam merespon kasus kekerasan seksual yang menimpa mahasiswi UGM, masyarakat justru sibuk dengan asumsi-asumsi pribadi dan mengabaikan isu kecacatan hukum yang menjadi inti dari masalah.

by Retyan Sekar Nurani November 8, 2018
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Why Women Go for Bad Boys

We've been conditioned to think that being "bad" is simply the natural state of men, which is why, men who are actually nice are strange and even rare.

by Carmen Brillianwati February 14, 2018
Is Asia a Refuge for Patriarchy?

Much of Asia has not only been slow to advance gender equality, it has also unintentionally become a playground for Western men who objectify women or uphold white supremacy.

by Mario Rustan, Columnist January 25, 2018