You Are a Feminist, But Are You Actually ‘Doing’ Feminism?

To “do” feminism means training oneself in a certain kind of conduct—not what gets referred to as chivalry, but in the practice of an ethic of responsibility.

Oishik Sircar, in his article, “Doing and Undoing Feminism: A Jurisdictional Journey”, asks: How do I, as a cis-gendered man, contribute to and benefit from feminism?

Read more in Economic and Political Weekly’s Special Issue, “Men Doing Feminism”, published on 16 May, 2015.


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