The campaign highlighted the plight of women in India and how a society would fail or fails if the ‘Queen’ is powerless. The ‘Powerless Queen’ was launched as an online chess game within which one player had to play with a Powerless Queen, i.e. a queen who couldn’t move while the other player would have a powerful queen. Queen being the most powerful piece on the chessboard, #PowerlessQueen was a metaphor for how real-life queens i.e. women in India are treated and rendered powerless.
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