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I Once Asked A Girl Out To A Temple Who Was…

…menstruating. And she agreed. [Note to readers:┬áThe following post can be offensive, blasphemous & unorthodox at the same time.] And it was the time when every other friend of yours refrains from non-vegan food due to one of the imminent festivals related to God. I remember, Ganesh Chaturthi was on its way and the girl […]

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Don’t You Get It? I Know Why They Don’t Want A Girl Child

The title & the period I am posting this article makes its message obvious. Last week, I was brainstorming with some colleagues about why the girl child is not allowed to be born. We hadn’t reached a conclusion as we all tch-tched for few minutes before the waiter brought our food. Well, now the reason […]

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