A poem on non-consensual touch within a relationship.
A poem on beauty standards set by society and the war many of us are forced to fight with ourselves on a daily basis.
Victims do not possess the luxury to process. They have to go on.
Unfortunately, we still live around people who cannot tolerate the sight of cleavage, and it’s normalised. That’s where we have failed miserably.
Instead of growing up with the confidence that boys do, young girls grow up with a lot of self-doubt and incertitude.
How did the land of the alluringly sensual 'Kama Sutra' become a place of caged desires, closeted sexuality, and coveted freedom?
A poem in light of the recent Karnataka high court judgement where Justice Krishna S. Dixit granted the rape accused anticipatory bail on illogical grounds.
The poem on the politics of living in closed spaces.