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Emporary and can easily be recalled and discussed Like the Vagina Monologues this is a piece of work with great potential to release the energies that women have to repress The authors are looking or structural change and not only expressive Six forms still this struck me as a book I would want to give myriendsGirlfriends mostly Phenomenal i ve never read a book that encompasses the GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS vibe An excellent book well researched and thought provoking The idea that women have a right to take risks to loiter and denying them that is to deny them citizenship is truly commendable The book also argues that keeping women safe in sheltered spaces limiting their access to public spaces is a kind of violence similar to the kind they may Bandscheiben-Leiden - Was tun?: Mit den besten bungen fr den Alltag face otherwise As an Indian woman brought up in Mumbai I could definitely identify with all the points raised A must reador sure a very beautifully worded work clear and precise and on the spot on narrating how women have to use the public spaces world over. From that of other marginal groupsGoing beyond the problem of the real and implied risks associated with women’s presence in public they draw Lady Janes Nemesis fromeminist theory to argue that only by celebrating loitering a radical act or most Indian women can a truly eual global city be creat.

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Sort to talking on the phone and looking straight ahead while walking on the street taking up less space on a bus seat or eel comfortable in a ladies only train compartment The section on public toilets and peeing was really well done and deserves attention in public discussions As a confessional the book comes across as completely grounded in the reality of mainly middle class women at all ends of that specific spectrum and names Racialization, Crime, and Criminal Justice in Canada familiar places and acts instead of having to read narratives about urban spaces in New York or London Having said that I wish the authors would haveocused on presenting some of the data that they generated in their discussions I thought the sections that referenced architecture did that better than the others since they used specific situations and exercises to demonstrate their point The section on In Search of Pleasure was too general and appeared to speak or women at a particular class caste professional axis while not presenting enough dataexamplesThe links and incidents are all cont. Rch in Mumbai Shilpa Phadke Sameera Khan and Shilpa Ranade argue that though women’s access to urban public space has increased they still do not have an eual claim to public space in the city And they raise the uestion can women’s access to public space be viewed in isolation.

Just inished this book I d bought it because it had been recommended to me by many people and I kept referring to the concept behind the book in conversations First some technical details I thought the numerous Before You footnotes at the end of the book 62 pages of them made the book a bit tedious to read as I had to read the book with oneinger at the back to A History of the Guyanese Working People, 1881-1905 follow the notes which then interfered with the writing in the chapter As a book that is hopefully meantor a non academic audience maybe this could be alteredThe book itself is a welcome addition to writing on cities especially since it looks at urban women and public spaces bringing in an element of Blackfrost (Wytch Kings, fun through the loitering angle as well As a lifelong Mumbaikar who lives in the suburbs travelled to South Bombayor college and works in all parts of the city the book expressed in print and also in public a lot of the strategies you have to use to stay secure in public spaces You cannot imagine the Stupid men jokes feeling of belonging and validation as you realise other women also re. Presenting an original take on women’s safety in the cities of twentyirst century India Why Loiter maps the exclusions and negotiations that women rom different classes and communities encounter in the nation’s urban public spacesBasing this book on than three years of resea.