Recently, I watched a film called“ Mimi”. In a Bollywood film, the storyline is on the surface pretty simple. An American couple is in Rajasthan combining tourism with the search for a surrogate mother who can bear their child. They have contacted a few brokers and been shown, several women. But they are all anaemic … More Surrogacy : The Rented Womb
A meal of deliciousness for my belly. The shelter of a safe home. The comfort when I’m tucked in my bed. A gorgeously designed outfit. The love of a relationship. The fresh water that quenches my thirst. An environment of my life. In the contrary world, It is a leftover meal that satisfies them. An … More Privilege – The Eradicator of Injustice
Ever wondered why so many of us choose to remain silent at the sight of injustice? Wondered what spawns our passive existence? Must one credit this silence and passivity to our lack of awareness, or is there something that prevents us from taking note of the copious evil manifestations? Implied and evident in my first … More Burst The Privilege Bubble
“Sherly aunty, when I grow up, I want to be like you!” my 3 year old nephew told me as I washed my hands when I reached home. He was so excited to see me, and wanted me to carry him, but what does the first rule say? Must wash hands! The little one followed … More Can Teachers Be Bullies?