Sexual consent, sadly, still needs A LOT of awareness. However, this post is not about that. It is all about the ways we should open up our minds and incorporate consent in to other parts of our lives.
What's a good way to articulate the experience or feeling of being 'used' by someone without using the word 'used'?
It's the books you've never heard of that end up touching your heart the most. That's been my experience and I want to share these books with you.
Yes, you're and your being confused can be annoying. But we don't have to be jerks about it. There's nothing great about calling yourself a grammar nazi.
There has been a significant change in the diversity and inclusion in kdramas in the last 10 years and I am rooting for more of such leaps!
A 97-page re-visionist book translated from Telugu and all about Sita's personal journey of self awareness and actualization owing to different women who help her see the world as it is.
Anxious People is a book that will hook you in right from the first page. It's a hostage drama that will make you laugh, roll your eyes, cry (maybe) but most of all leave you smiling.
The English letter 'f' is actually really off phonetically. And some other languages have gotten it right by having absolutely no letter equivalent for 'f' in their script. Korean is one of them.
The words that we choose to describe ourselves with are powerful. They give us, not just a sense of purpose, but also let us relate with others. They do one more thing.