Archive for authorNikhila Eda

Love for life. Yet, usually left overstimulated. Nevertheless, walking the tightrope towards discovering my authenticity. Hopeful for a world that’s equitable for everybody. Usually found in the world of stories - a safe haven where I can let myself lean into my high sensitivity. Books, music and films, are how I feel and travel through this world.

Gender Musings

It is vital to understand that we all exist on a physiological spectrum - as our bodies needn’t necessarily fit into the sex expectations born out of our assigned sex - and this doesn’t just apply to just intersex people, but instead to all.

The Gaysi Guide To Pronouns

It is easy to forget the importance that language plays in a person’s gender identity and expression. Names, pronouns, even the words we use to speak, are in most languages assigned a gender. An either- or scenario.