Malini Chib: The Acme of Feminine Disability
Keywords:Feminist Disability Studies, Feminism, Gender Roles, Stereotypes
Disability is always being considered as the limited minority who are constantly suffering a lot among them females are the most cursed. They were so vulnerable to abuse and violence as they are not able to take care of themselves. A bird cannot fly up though it strives a lot to fly high without air, Malini Chib is the one who creates the atmosphere for the disabled who are intensely flying up in their life.
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