Don’t be the misogynist everyone hates.

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Not too long ago, I was on a train and a girl and a boy were sitting just a few seats away. They were looking at something on a phone and suddenly the boy yelled ‘she is just crazy’ so loud that I did a double-take. …

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It’s fascinating to think that our skin is the largest organ in our body and holds so much more significance than just protection! The underlying meaning of different skin colors says a whole lot about our race, ethnicity, biology, and perhaps our self-esteem. …

Imagining cities as humans!

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People. Buildings. Traffic. Crowd. Honks. Cars. Buses. Lights — These are the major components of a metropolitan city on planet earth. What was started by early humans millions of years back now took this giant form symbolizing ‘modern civilization’. …

Being judgmental doesn’t mean being a bad person

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If there’s anyone in your life who says that they don’t judge then they are lying through their teeth. Everyone judges and everyone says that they don’t. I am one of those people who is not vocal about things but I will…

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Throughout my childhood, I would think about what it actually meant when people said ‘it’s all about perfect timing’. I mean, if something is about to happen, wouldn’t it just happen regardless of everything? Think about the years when MySpace was ‘the thing’ before the era of Facebook. It was…

Why these contests should be a thing in the past.

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It’s 2021 and beauty pageants with their century-old traditions have still managed to be a thing in a world fueled with sexist remarks. The contests provide a platform for candidates to present themselves in front of the world so they can represent an entire generation of women — most of…

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In the historical study of race and ethnicity, there have been constant shreds of evidence of how ‘whiteness’ is considered as the norm of society. The concept of ‘whiteness’ being superior and different has been deeply rooted in our minds from an early age. Think about how most of the…

Am I the only person who takes — ‘I will be always there for you’ too seriously?

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I want to ask — Why?

Why can’t I immediately respond to a message or call? How does replying to someone instantly make us ‘individuals with little or no other things to do’? Why can’t I just be a quick responder?

Am I the only person who takes — ‘I…

Witness 4,000-year-old culture like never before

By Ajay Suresh from New York, NY, USA — Jewish Museum

Hub for the Jewish traditions and culture, this magnificent museum is located on New York City’s Upper East Side facing Central Park and is a beautiful mansion-turned museum building. The museum draws on a large collection of art and various ceremonial artifacts reflecting Jewish…

While pursuing dominance, the nation is harboring ignorance

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There have been recent proposals to change the history syllabus from Delhi University, India. The importance of mythology and ancient Indian texts inclining towards religion has taken the front seat over the study of pre-historic times and the early historic period. The government of India had appointed a committee of…

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