In this chapter, I consider what is made available to our understanding by thinking together the three terms: Kashmir, feminism, and solidarity. In the first part, I argue that thinking these terms together can reveal the limitations and contradictions of solidarity when it comes to the Indian feminist response, and the Indian Muslim response, to Kashmir. In the second part, I discuss the relative global lack of solidarity with Kashmir in spite of the parallels with other occupations. I point to how this relates to an understanding of international relations where conflicts are widely made sense of in disembodied terms and nonviolent struggles are considered worthier than violent resistance. I conclude with a call for the vital need to generate trans-contextual solidarities.