The Walkemons on a Pokemon hunt!

July 28, 2016 Hidden Pockets 0

“Growlithe! Growlithe!” I screamed, stopping my fellow walkemons who were ahead of me. The Growlithe called out to me from that screen, waiting to be attacked with the pokeball. Apparently, Kamala Nehru Ridge, around the Flagstaff house, house to British women and children during the 1857 mutiny war, was also home Read More

Down the nose-talgic lane!

July 23, 2016 Hidden Pockets 0

Heaps of garbage lining walls that reeked with the smell of urine! Boy! Was it some start to a nose walk or what? The day started with pungent smelling air gushing past us, into our nostrils blowing our olfactory senses away. A nice start to our nose walk, we thought. Read More

Tales of fear and safety from June evenings…

July 15, 2016 Hidden Pockets 0

On 17th June, the Hidden Pockets Collective team organised a walk through Mehrauli Archaeological Park and neighbouring areas – the walk event aptly called ‘Mehrauli and You’. Hidden-Pockets is a start-up run by feminists, who focus on issues of pleasure and safety for women in urban spaces, sexual and reproductive Read More

एकल हूँ, बेचारी नहीं : दिल्ली और सिंगल वुमन।

July 8, 2016 Hidden Pockets 0

मैं पिछले ३ साल से दिल्ली के एक मध्यम वर्गीय इलाके में विभिन्न  पहचानों के साथ रह रही हूँ। मैँ एक मध्यम वर्गीय, परिवार से अलग रह रही, उच्च जाति की, एक  कामकाजी, एकल महिला हूँ। मेरी रोज़मर्रा की ज़िन्दगी के अनुभव मेरी इन पहचानों पर काफी निर्भर करते हैं। Read More

Single Women, Pleasure Pockets and Delhi

July 6, 2016 Hidden Pockets 1

In a search for pleasure pockets for single women in the Delhi to hangout, we found these spots which women associated with safe, accessible and fun places to be! Go ahead and click the spots and identify the spaces. If you have more of these spaces, please do write to Read More

Queer and the Prison Industrial Complex.

June 25, 2016 Hidden Pockets 1

Jails and prisons are designed to break human beings, to convert the population into specimens in a zoo – obedient to our keepers, but dangerous to each other. -Angela Davis Critique of Prison Industrial Complex has been part of my ( a young queer person) knowledge and understanding of queer Read More

Grandma’s greatest joy: Grandson

June 17, 2016 Hidden Pockets 1

Have you ever felt like everything that has happened to you, however big or small, has led to this moment that you’re in? This moment, this place, this time, this. The moment when you really know in your gut that this is what your life is about, your purpose in Read More

Juke Box

June 9, 2016 Hidden Pockets 0

For the music lovers, we decided to curate some of the songs in different languages which evokes different sense of pleasure in us! O Womaniya (Bhojpuri) An extremely wild number from Gangs of Wasseypur, this song advices a young wife to be as ferocious as her husband would be.   Read More

Mehrauli and You : Our Monthly Walk

June 8, 2016 Hidden Pockets 0

Do you sometimes feel the urge to see the city, yet don’t take the plunge? Do you feel the city of Delhi is unsafe and you can no more go out? Have you heard of Mehrauli ki galiyaan, do you sometimes feel the need to find other people who would Read More

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