Why This Blog? : Marathi Translation

Translation in Marathi of Gaysi Editor, Broom’s “Why This Blog?” post.

Original

Why this Blog?  [Link]

Translation in Marathi

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About the author

Ruswa

I'm a writer living in Mumbai who dreams incessantly of time travel

About the book author

Broom

Broom lived an ordinary, boring, unhappy and married life till she met the woman that she fell madly in love with at the age of twenty eight. Since then, life has been anything but ordinary! Accepting her sexuality was the hardest thing she’s done and this site was born out of a desire to help other women find a support system that she had a hard time finding when she needed it. Broom is now out to everyone that matters – including her parents. She dreams of the day when she won’t have to protect her identity on this blog or anywhere else.

About the translator

DeepSeas

A person of varied interests, ranging from theory of relativity to theories in spirituality, sustainable development and economics and of course queer issues. Stimulating conversations over cups of chai or coffee is something that she’s always up for. Laid-back Sunday mornings and occasional trysts with cooking are latest additions to her list of favourites. Learning to live independently and slowly making her place in the world as a queer person.