Dear Alana

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

Sabarimala Temple

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

Procrastination, Putting Off Your Pains Till Tomorrow.

That, with steely resolve, if I overcome, this devil PROCRASTINATION.
I’ll truly find my place in this world and leave a mark of my own.
Which, no disrespect to others, may not matter to the world but will make me feel proud, that I have done lo behold, with all effort and full dedication, and more importantly, unfettered of procrastination. Continue reading Procrastination, Putting Off Your Pains Till Tomorrow.

Thorns and Forbearance

Too often than not, people of different sexual orientation have a hard time figuring out and accepting themselves for who they are. Unexpectedly, there is that one friend that stands by you in your journey of self-discovery. This is the ode to that friend, and to all the people who have the courage to be who they really are, and are proud of themselves. Continue reading Thorns and Forbearance