A poem on body image issues and body dysmorphia faced by various women, especially teens.
A poem on the pain a queer person faces each day while navigating identity politics, both internal and external.
A poem on how pandemic weight loss and gain is being treated by people we interact with on a daily basis.
A poem on living with body and gender dysmorphia, and its impact on every facet of the poet’s life.
A personal essay on dealing with the trauma that society unleashes on overweight children.
During the pandemic, I finally understood that the hate that I have for my body comes from others.
On how queer persons and persons with disability are expected to look a certain way – both within and outside the community.
This is a letter written to my body about how I am reclaiming it.