"If a fitness journey is pizza, diet is the pineapple topping"
Ever looked at that lanky kid in class who'd gobble up everyone's tiffin during recess and wondered "You lucky ass". Every felt like that unlucky, hopeless chap who'd gain weight, no matter how much you try?
In the age of Facebook activism, your wall may be adorned with posts where you scream your lungs out about why we need feminism; you may be shouting from behind your computer screen about how transphobia and homophobia are thwarting the progress of India. Our social media profiles are often a way of consciously constructing our identities and proclaiming our support to certain convictions.
In posing as liberals, we, the middle class English-speaking urban millennials of India, are sensitized to many an expression of social discrimination but there is one particular form of discrimination that seems to resurface only when we need to get admitted to an institution or course, more often a coveted one. In case you forgot about the existence of this kind of discrimination, let me remind you that I am about to address the elephant in the room, viz. caste.
It’s that time of the year…
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