Nasrin Khandoker

Nasrin Khandoker is an associate professor of Anthropology in Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh and a post-doctoral fellow in the project of GBV-MIG (Gender-Based Violence and Migration Ireland) in the National University of Ireland, Galway. She is also a mother and a stupidly optimistic feminist.

Rape: Violation of Embodied Sexual Subjectivity

For women and other marginalized genders, who make up more than half of the world’s population, sexual violence is an everyday reality. But when language is created by the privileged, those that violate instead of being violated, how would we know what happens when someone violates another sexually? How would we understand the harm it …

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International Women’s Day: When they can’t defeat, they manipulate

Women’s struggle has never been individual. Also, it has never been against men, despite how misogynist propaganda depicts it. It is against the patriarchal system that treats women as less than human. Patriarchy is a system where we, men-women, and all genders live and negotiate. It is not the duty of individual women to break …

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