Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Forgiveness Project

It is a region consistently ranked high on happiness indexes, boasting of year long summers, and a lifestyle that would paralyze the East Coast in its calmness. That such a place could house any patients to treat unhappiness would be … Continue reading

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“Thank You” for the Insult

I had my epiphany about braving insults when I visited India over the winter break in 2010. During my junior year of college, I had gained some weight and developed blemishes on my face owing to a poor diet. Today, … Continue reading

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Lemme Hear Y’all Flow Sistas — Celebrating Female Sexuality

There are ample examples of the display of sexual power exhibited by the masculine gender. Even the act of masturbation is oft thought of as a male past-time. With the advent of puberty and natural levels of testosterone, men also … Continue reading

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Lootera – A Labor of Love of a Bygone Era – Movie Review

I have been meaning to write about some wonderful film pieces that have touched my soul in the recent past — namely Ship of Thesus, Ankhon Dekhi, and The Lunchbox. I thought I would use this long Labor Day weekend … Continue reading

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