Shruti Sunderraman

Shruti Sunderraman

Shruti Sunderraman writes about culture, music, and the human condition. She performs her songs for those who listen and spoken word for those who don’t. Say hello at @sundermanbegins on Twitter.

  • parentalabuse Physical Violence and the Fault with Our Folks

    The women students of Banaras Hindu University have put up a spirited resistance against an administration that polices their timings and thinks nothing of physical violence. It is easy to resist a university, but what happens when our parents are the aggressors and abusers?

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  • FemaleTravellers 10 Questions You Shouldn’t Ask a Solo Woman Traveller

    Discomfort. That’s all your experience is supposed to boil down to when you’re a solo woman traveller. No one asks a guy who is travelling on his own whether he felt uncomfortable on his solo trip.

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  • Sex and the Sanskari Gynaec

    As sex, and talking about sex, came out into the open over the last decade, did our gynaecologists miss the memo? Why do I end up with a neighbourhood mausi when I go for a diagnosis?

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  • We Found Friends in a Hopeless Place

    I’ve never had a single sour experience on Tinder. Contrary to the shallow connections that the app is known for, I’ve managed to hone relationships that are meaningful.

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