We’re stardust sometimes, we’re darkness of an eclipsed night, too; Continue reading Treat Ourselves Better
Computers, although complicated in their own way, do not even come close to the level of connections and confusing complications of the neurons and synapses in the human brain. So what makes you think that humans can have the same binary in any aspect of our lives, let alone something as complicated and fluid, and even ABSTRACT, as gender? Continue reading Binary
To all those people who think one day of silence is going to change anything,
It isn’t. Continue reading Stolen Breaths
Dear Alana, I know what had happened. I know you hadn’t eaten. You set the plate down on the counter. You weren’t hungry anymore, the pangs you felt in your stomach faded away and you were finally feeling like you could walk without collapsing. The red sauce and pasta strewn across the plate were cold and unpalatable, you would have to simply force yourself to eat the meal … Continue reading Dear Alana
I still remember the first night I stayed over as if it were a vivid dream. And every time I think about it, my nose scrunches up in a cheesy scowl because somehow I can still taste your breakfast as if I were eating it. I wonder if you can taste mine when you think about that morning. Do you think about it at all? Continue reading Crossword Puzzles
If the result of a temple visit is disrespect to the deity, whose home it is, then it can be attributed to blasphemy, which is punishable by the Indian constitution. Therein lies the ‘crime’ of a female “devotee”, capable of menstruation, entering the temple- a disregard for the comfort of its deity.
And moreover, why worship a deity whose rules you refuse to follow in the first place? Continue reading Sabarimala Temple
I’m not messed up,
It’s not complicated.
I’m NOT messed up,
It’s NOT complicated. Continue reading Confused?