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The book 'Why I am not a Hindu woman' discusses how misogyny and the resultant violence against women are an inherent part of Hindutva.

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Gendering Genius: How Our Inherent Bias Protects Problematic But ‘Brilliant’ Men

We tend to associate the term 'genius' predominantly with fields like physics and mathematics where innate intelligence or 'brilliance' is valued over perseverance and hard work.

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