Browsing All posts tagged under »women’s issues«

A Late Night Cab Ride in New Delhi

May 28, 2015

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I am an Indian who has been living in the West for over four years. In the last few years, I have been as enraged as my fellow country folk at the gruesome rapes being reported one after the other. In 2012, I was as deeply anguished, shocked and helpless as the women in my […]

What I Received From Mentoring Young Girls

May 12, 2015

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I am no stranger to the self-esteem issues faced by (young) women. I blogged about some of my personal experiences in my post, “Celebrating My Fat (Fabulous) Body” last year. I consider myself to be a confident, self-aware and strong person for the most part. My social work education and years of experience working in […]

C: Colour (Post 3: A-Z of Feminism)

April 20, 2015

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I am a few days late with this post, simply because I was not sure which perspective I should be writing from – personal or political! (wink, wink!) I had never really paid attention to the colour of my skin consciously. I guess in India I always blended in. People always commented about the beautiful […]

B: Bitch! (Post 2: A-Z of Feminism)

April 14, 2015

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I remember, while at TISS for my MSW, a classmate called me, “Bitch!”And I remember saying to her, “Don’t insult me! I’m not a bitch! I’m a super bitch!” When I hear the word “Bitch,” I don’t think of it negatively. The first thing that comes to mind is uncompromising, someone who stands her ground. […]

Something I Feel Strongly About

November 22, 2013

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I began thinking about this post last night. I knew right away what I was going to write about. But I told myself I was being too quick to decide what I “feel strongly about”! Sid came home today and I asked him what he thought I should write about, and without batting an eyelid […]

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To be true to my own weirdnesses.

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Sharing the teachable moments that come up along the way

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A long term travel blog full of stark reality, hilarious cynicism and beautiful escapism.

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learning to go with the flow by going against the tide

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Hope isn't an emotion, but a daily choice. Choose hope.