Episode 3-Feminism, MeToo Campaign, patriarchy and social conditioning (feat. Asmita Ghosh)

Nov 04, 2017, 12:48 PM

In casual conversation with Asmita Ghosh, a digital editor at Feminism in India where she writes, edits and tweets for a living. On a Saturday morning, we discuss the MeToo Campaign, the Raya Sarkar episode, the world's patriarchy, generational social conditioning and Asmita's YouTube video which gathered a million views. Outside of work, Asmita spends her time singing with a blues band and missing her 4 dogs back home in Chennai. All posts by Asmita Ghosh- feminisminindia.com/author/asmita/ Asmita's post on 'women in public spaces'- https://feminisminindia.com/2016/11/04/womens-experience-of-public-spaces/ Asmita's post on privelege- https://feminisminindia.com/2016/11/10/primer-oppression-privilege-101/ Be Our Pondati (Call Me Maybe Parody) www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARWwmOsGZGw Asmita's twitter handle is @asmitaghosh18

In casual conversation with Asmita Ghosh, a digital editor at Feminism in India where she writes, edits and tweets for a living. On a Saturday morning, we discuss the MeToo Campaign, the Raya Sarkar episode, the world's patriarchy, generational social conditioning and Asmita's YouTube video which gathered a million views. Outside of work, Asmita spends her time singing with a blues band and missing her 4 dogs back home in Chennai. All posts by Asmita Ghosh- feminisminindia.com/author/asmita/ Asmita's post on 'women in public spaces'- https://feminisminindia.com/2016/11/04/womens-experience-of-public-spaces/ Asmita's post on privelege- https://feminisminindia.com/2016/11/10/primer-oppression-privilege-101/ Be Our Pondati (Call Me Maybe Parody) www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARWwmOsGZGw Asmita's twitter handle is @asmitaghosh18