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Sanjana Pegu
Sanjana is a writer, activist, and feminist based in North-East India, Sydney, and New York.
Why We March (and You Should Too)
Activism
When we march, we collectively offer solidarity to the oppressed and a message to the oppressors and their allies that we all bear witness to their crimes and are no longer passive bystanders. When we march, we act—with purpose and deliberation.
Vaccine Apartheid: What It Is and Why We Should Vigorously Oppose It
Vaccination
The politics of intellectual property around life-saving pharmaceutical drugs has been marked by Big Pharma's brazen disregard for human lives, a cavalier attitude to laws, and a cult-like devotion to ever burgeoning profits.
#MeToo and the Theory of Moral Relativity
Sexual Harassment
At what point do we stop sacrificing survivors at the altar of the greater good? Is the silence of a few a worthy price to pay for the rousing cheers of the many?
What Kind Of Vice President Will Harris Be In The Eyes Of Feminists?
Politics
Kamala Harris is the second-in-command of the world’s most powerful nation with immense influence to attenuate the racial, gender, and economic inequalities of the present and potentially, herald a just and fair future for all. How should feminists respond to Harris taking over as VIce President?
The False Dawns of Feminist Futures. Why Electing Women Leaders Won't Save Us
Opinion
When deployed in a cynical, self-serving or naïvely well-intentioned way, identity politics devolves into tokenism where the individual takes precedence over the multitude and mass movements are eschewed for the soaring but empty rhetoric of hope and change.
5 Reasons Heterosexuality Has To Move Over
Sexuality
The politics of respectability is something that people have to navigate every day, forcing them to forgo non-conformity.

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