Archive for the tag Brutally Honest

Poem: Love Negotiations

You laugh. At the unexpectedness of my bluntness And ask me how can I know About the constantly negotiating Measurements in your head.

Representation In Sense8 And The Problematic Parts

However, being an Indian, I was most immediately affected by the character and development of Kala, a Mumbai based pharmacist. While other characters deal with a complex past, violence, prison and its threat, homophobia, gang wars and poverty, the main conflict in Kala's life is marriage to her boss's son.

Phases of the Moon

As we grow up, from childhood to adulthood, we have several phases– just because one phase is over, does not mean it didn't exist.

They, An Invisibilised Narrative.

Shals Mahajan, a writer, and a queer feminist fellow who lives in Bombay had to withdraw from a Children’s Writing Festival they were invited to because the organisers of the fest did not approve of the bio they submitted.

Review Stand-Up Show: Hannah Gadsby: Nanette

‘Nanette’ is no ordinary stand-up special. Hannah Gadsby is 40-year-old, gay, Tasmanian comic whose decade-long career in comedy has been built on self-deprecating humour. But she decides to change things up this time.

Brown, Fat, And Androgynous

In search of brown faces like my own, what I find are white people. Skinny people. And a standard of androgyny that entirely depends upon a binary concept of gender.

Film Review: Lust Stories

Netflix’s Lust Stories is a compilation of four short films, each of which dive into different kinds of modern relationships that make you think.
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