Dear misogynists! I wish you a world free of women

Hi, No salutations here because I don’t know whether I feel angry or sorry or disgusted. Let’s admit it we don’t see each other eye to eye. But honestly, sometimes I don’t even know which side I am. Ever since I have known my anxiety and depression, I have realized and acknowledged your presence. Earlier, I thought it’s a few people but now I know, … Continue reading Dear misogynists! I wish you a world free of women

Loneliness & Mental Health: Talk to Strangers. It’s Therapeutic!

This would be a long article but I promise I won’t bore you with redundant information. Before I make my point, here’s two bitter sweet stories of loneliness and how talking to random strangers helped. Two Stories The first story dates back to 2010. I was a fresh graduate, severely hit by recession, trying to find a job. I was a good student with decent … Continue reading Loneliness & Mental Health: Talk to Strangers. It’s Therapeutic!

There’s a bit of patriarchy in everything we experience

Why men despise everything labeled for female usage but it’s perfectly normal or sometimes aspirational for women to use products/services termed as male/ ”unisex”? And the irony is that this mentality is passed down as women empowerment. Unisex jeans Anyone? A few months ago, I visited some of the popular jeans brands. Despite being located in one of the most frequented areas of Bangalore, none … Continue reading There’s a bit of patriarchy in everything we experience

Why should boys have all the fun?

Let’s play a game. What word comes to your mind when you hear these words- “Flawed” Character? “Flawless” Skin? Interestingly, these are most commonly used to describe women. The only thing ‘flawless’ we can see in a woman is her beauty and anyone who doesn’t conform to the society is ‘flawed’. Totally unrelated but today I want to talk about these glamorous, full of extravaganza … Continue reading Why should boys have all the fun?

Bullying: The Invisible Devil

Nothing makes my day better than seeing a person calling out some act of injustice, something I can never be brave enough to do. Here is this article talking about a woman who was brutally humiliated in a job interview and then offered the same. She turned down the offer with a post on Twitter. Following is the link: https://www.cosmopolitan.com/uk/reports/a26085738/olivia-bland-job-offer-declining-letter-bullying-viral/ All through my life, starting … Continue reading Bullying: The Invisible Devil