I am author of the books Political Internet(Routledge, 2017), Intimate
Speakers ( Fingerprint! 2017), has finished the typescript of three
books—first, on Internet and sexuality; second, on the negative impacts
of social media; and third, a novel—and is presently working on a
narrative non-fiction with the working title Lovescape: Why India is
afraid of love.
Establishing a sense ofidentity is a central task in social movements. This proposal pursues questions about how self-identified feminist women conceptualize their identity, the role of identity in that conceptualization, and the interaction of identity in the movement mobilisation within the larger society. This proposal also explores the identity and empowerment factorsinthe non-party political and cultural conditionsunder which groups ofwomen organize to create and sustain movements to fight for their rights and their self-worth.In the analysis ofwomen’s movement the concept ofwomen interest is of supreme important. An analysis is made on the assumption that women as a social class do have some common interest which the state ,revolutionaries,activist or what ever form of collective actors when fail to represent,women are likely to turn against the system.So the significant question raised has been that gender interest are the equivalent ofwomen’s interests.Women’s identity as a social category isthe principal determinant oftheir collective identity and that women’s subjectitvity , real or potential is structured unequally through gender effects.