She isn’t fighting for a seat at the table. I already did that. She’s fighting me for my seat. Internalised misogyny dates back all the way to Elektra.
The 1985 Tamil film ‘Sindhu-Bhairavi’ under a feminist lens shows a nuanced male storyteller gaze and some strong woman tropes. Does that make it feminist?
A decade I ago I pondered the question, “Can a man be a feminist?”. Has my answer changed since then?
Vulnerability is a magic spell drawing us into its space, that strips illusions, entices us into dancing naked with shame-free selves.
‘From Scratch’ on Netflix made me realise the world doesn’t know how & why death shows up. How can we answer why people turn out as they do?
From COVID grip to recovery, my journey unveils lessons in patience and gratitude. Navigating health challenges and finding kindness in unexpected places.
A monologue because is love ever anything else? If we’re lucky both faces of love are modeled for us in clear, unambiguous ways.
A friend’s admission about being shamed made me think. All shaming is bullying. What does it mean to be shameless?
Can we acknowledge fear as normal for a minute?
When shame defines you, it takes root in the fertile ground that is you, to propagate more of itself. Thus, the ashamed becomes the shamer.