This poem speaks about the different shades of a queer person and the fear he goes through.
The Gendered Brain: Are Men and Women Different Inside the Head?
Even if small differences exist between the brains of male and female individuals, the two are similar for the most part. So why are the differences highlighted more often?
‘Toxic Masculinity’: What Does It Mean, Where Did It Come From – And Is the Term Useful or Harmful?
“Toxic masculinity” has been used to explain everything from the election of Donald Trump to why Ross from Friends is awful. But what does it actually mean?
‘My Gayness Won’t Make Your Child Gay, Uncle’
A poet from a middle-class family in a small town writes about the daily turmoils of being queer in a homophobic world.
How Does One Become ‘Man Enough’?
'I still ask myself, what if my mother never gave birth to me?'
Phobics in the World
A poem against various injustices caused across the fabric of history in the name of social phobias like homophobia, biphobia, transphobia and many others.
Queerness Is Infinite
Being a queer person is like being a ghost where you have to find places to hide and yet people get scared when they find you.
Crying at the Grocery Store
A poem on living with body and gender dysmorphia, and its impact on every facet of the poet’s life.
Why Do Boys With Long Hair Upset Society?
The insidious creation of the gender binary has resulted in every little thing clearly demarcated as belonging to either 'boys' or 'girls'
Growing Up Queer: A War With the Truth
A poem on internalised homophobia and the corpse of my childhood.