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A Mechanical Engineer by degree, Kasturi Goswami is a freelance creative and content writer. She creates and manages content for her website. Besides reading and writing, she likes to spend her time listening to podcasts or watching documentaries in various genres. She is an avid fan of mangas and animes.
Normalizing subjects that are “not the norm” have a positive role in the cerebral growth of kids. Let's celebrate this diversity of families!
Contemplating about life comes at a point when one has no hope, or meaning, to live for. And to a soul that is lost, hope comes in the most unexpected way.
The OTT platforms showcase a wide spectrum of genres that have prominent dramas originals that depict and circulate queer elements, like Fame Game, Four More Shots Please.
Despite his family's openness, a young man fears rejection for his sexual preferences. Will he be able to come out to his family?
The abyss of consumerism throttles individuals at the top of their fashion game to fall prey to fast fashion. Thus, indirectly contributing towards exhausting resources and production of synthetic alternatives which wound our environment.
The anthology movie Ankahi Kahaniya has three love stories that speak volumes. I enjoyed watching them, especially for the main female characters!
Who was Havelock Ellis and what did he quote on sexuality of a human being?
Long before man built a computer, Ada Lovelace's futuristic understanding of computing remained unappreciated and lost to the sands of time.
The miracle of motherhood aided with scientific advancements.
When a woman is told to pack up her career for the sake of a child, she finds her mother's story all over again.
The right to vote taken for granted today has a long history of struggle and sacrifice by women suffragettes idea of equality.
Ernő Rubik, the inventor of the prototype of the Rubik’s cube was born on this very day, July 13th, 1944 in Budapest, Hungary.
6th July was International Kissing Day, but is a kiss everything it is made out to be? When does a kiss become something that inflicts trauma?
All they had asked for was a little acceptance of the same pure, unabashed love that society deemed wrong.
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