According to South Asian feminist activist Kamla Bhasin, our feminisms are unique, like water—fluid, clear, essential—taking the shape, form, color of the "container into which they are poured" . And as waters mix and become impossible to separate, so too is the case with feminisms. Encounters are seldom forgotten, leaving us and our feminisms forever changed. Here I pay tribute to a few recent encounters that have been uniquely memorable in this regard. A few weeks ago, I found myself in the same (virtual) room as five incredible speakers who bring feminist perspectives to key debates around technology design.…
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