In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Change.”


Swift movements are sometimes the essence of Kathak, a famous dance form in India. The change lies in seeing how quickly their steps change and the choreography takes a new turn within seconds. 


Closet feminism. I call it closet feminism because it is hidden in the pages of fat books. It is alive only in dissertation projects and theses. It is creatively expressed in poems and song lyrics. From strongly-worded articles to outspoken advertisements, feminism seems to have taken to every medium to express itself. But how much of it goes beyond the pen and paper? How much of it goes beyond the mere thought of change? How much of it has made a difference?

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