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L(o)ose Your Mind with Rutika
19 minutes | Sep 8, 2020
Don't D-Rape It!
Clothing, Opinions, Choices...It's like we have covered everything from the tip of a woman's hair to the tip of her toe as a reason for sexual assault. And while we outrage and stand strongly against sexual assault or harassment, we are quick to go back to our lives where we laugh at sexist jokes and dance to misogynist songs. That is how unaware we are of the Rape Culture. As the world closely monitors a woman's clothes and normalizes harassment, it is unaware that by doing so it drapes itself in a very toxic culture. Don't D-Rape It!, is an attempt to elaborate on what this culture looks like and focuses on finding ways to make the world a safer place.
12 minutes | Jul 23, 2020
Bheja Shor Karta Hai.
Mental Illness is real. It is a health condition and not just a phase. It is high time we acknowledge it and end the stigma around it. Bheja Shor Karta Hai is my encounter with multiple mental disorders and an attempt to explore how we can help normalize people's approach towards the illness.
11 minutes | Jun 30, 2020
Don't be Blind, When you Lose Your Mind!
Social Media Outrages are losing the appeal as they quickly turn into trends that eventually phase out. While voicing our opinions and getting together virtually to speak up against social evil can serve as a powerful tool to bring in change, we successfully turn them into short lived rants. Misinformed posts, ignorance towards facts, lack of logical reasoning and quick judgements lead to the failure of meaningful movements. Can we change this? Of course, only if we take some effort to give some meaning to these outrages by not being blind towards facts and authentic information. An amazing article on Forbes states how every such outrage has exact same pattern, posting the link to the article here...and request you all to read it https://www.forbes.com/sites/ninaangelovska/2019/04/26/the-6-cycles-of-social-media-reactions-after-major-tragic-events/amp/
13 minutes | Jun 10, 2020
Black and White, Out of Sight!
For ages, we have been obsessed with fairer skin and this has now become a part of our culture. Where did this start? What made us so obsessed with color of skin? Can it be changed? How can we change this? Black and White, Out of Sight!, is an attempt to answer these questions and initiate an effort to change this thinking.
14 minutes | May 27, 2020
One of the gravest fights between man, woman and identities for generations, What is Patriarchy? Is it a term for debate, a perspective or reality? Let's decode it together, one at a time.
1 minutes | May 7, 2020
L(o)ose Your Mind with Rutika - Trailer
This is a brief idea about what my podcast is going to be. Stay Tuned!
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