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Committed to the Girl Child

Committed to the Girl Child

In India, every year, January 24th is observed as the ‘National day of the girl child’, to celebrate the girl child and to raise awareness on the issues facing girls in our nation which includes gendercide, child marriage, lack of protection, education and other inequalities. While we laud the benefits of a world that is […]

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The Road to Change

The Road to Change

Seema (name changed) is a runaway teen. Her story gives her more than one reason to run away from home. As a Sri Lankan refugee who lost both parents and was abandoned by siblings, she moved in with a caring grandmother in Tamilnadu, only to fall prey to a supposed boyfriend who swindled money from […]

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An Accidental Celebration

An Accidental Celebration

I have a room!  The house we recently moved into was previously colonized by a furry feline and the master bedroom was its throne room. We discovered its existence without ever having the trouble of meeting it. The allergic reactions suffered by my husband and my daughter immediately informed us of this room’s previous tenant.  […]

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Flawesome Jaya

Flawesome Jaya

What was it about the flawesome series that got you interested in sharing your story with us ? News is that none of us are flawless and it was my desire to share my common place story so that it would make a difference to atleast one person. Give us a bit of your background […]

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Fearless Cindrella

Fearless Cindrella

Why is safety awareness against sexual abuse among children important? Sadly, kids are the easiest and the softest targets. That they are innocent and naïve hardly matters. It’s the only reason why kids should know the boundaries that cannot be crossed. They also need to know how to not let anyone cross that boundary. Does […]

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Flawesome Savi

Flawesome Savi

1. What was it about the flawesome series that got you interested in sharing your story with us Savi? Nobody is born perfect or even becomes perfect. Everyone has some flaw or the other. I wouldn’t even call it a flaw, that’s a big word, it could be a limitation. It’s how we work through […]

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A Masterpiece

A Masterpiece

“If only your nose was straight and sharp like your father’s…and if only your skin tone was a bit lighter..” These were the words spoken by my grandmother over and over again for much of the first 27 years of my life. A retired surgeon, a very accomplished one at that, she raised me up entirely […]

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