To create a “genderless (though not sexless) society, in which one’s sexual anatomy is irrelevant to who one is, what one does, and with whom one makes love” (Rubin 1975)
To address, challenge and tackle sexual harassment at workplaces.
To challenge the gender status quo in Indian media, advertising, pop culture and political spaces.
To arrest the growth of rape culture and misogyny by promoting ethos of feminism and non-violence.