Gender Finding My Feminism in a Menstrual Cup
I started using the menstrual cup more than 15 years after I got my first period and it was the first time I engaged with my menses. I no longer loathed “that time of the month”. With every cycle I understood my body a little better, embraced it a little moreAdd to list
Earth Toxic Air Killed 1.2 Million Indians in 2017. Why Are We Still Celebrating With Firecrackers?
From inaugurations of events like the IPL to star-crossed lovers in our films staring dreamily into the distance as the sky lights up with fireworks, we’re hostage to the belief that no celebrations are complete until a few rockets have been fired into the night sky.Add to list
Outdoors No More #Wanderlust: Why My Obsession with Travel Became a Bad Trip
Discovering travel in my early 20s was truly a great thing. It allowed me to see beyond the confines of culture, tradition, food, and gender, but after a decade of globetrotting, the places, the people, and the people of the places, all start to feel like carefully curated prototypes of each other.Add to list