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Monday, November 30, 2020

Articles by Aparna Ananthuni

Let women be angry

An angry APARNA ANANTHUNI hopes the collective anger will initiate the positive shifts that will kickstart the transformation process

God Woman: Dr Narthaki Nataraj

APARNA ANANTHUNI speaks to Bharatanatyam dancer and transgender activist Dr Narthaki Natraj on her struggles, feminism and more

Water and Wisdom

An exhibition at RMIT Gallery explores how humans and water are inextricably linked, writes APARNA ANANTHUNI.

Porous borders

Highlights from Multicultural Arts Victoria’s Mapping Melbourne Festival in December 2017. APARNA ANANTHUNI reports

The other fruit

An irreverent and funny show proves there’s more to love stories than ‘boy meets girl’, writes APARNA ANANTHUNI

Debut with a difference

Witnessing an arrangetram that broke the mould but retained the appeal, writes APARNA ANANTHUNI

At last, feminists of colour

When FOC (feminists of colour) talk about taking control of their own narratives. APARNA ANANTHUNI writes

What women want

The film ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ gets applause for its frank portrayal of female sexuality. APARNA ANANTHUNI writes.
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Aparna is an aspiring writer of historical fiction and fantasy for young adults and children. She also loves reading, drawing and Indian classical music, and often develops strange obsessions like typewriter-collecting.

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