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Meenakshi Iyer is known to put the "fun" in dysfunction.
Writer, poet, avid reader she is known for her pragmatism, whimsical personality, and obscure inclinations.
Meenakshi published her first book of poems, 'Briste' in 2014.
When she is not writing, she is usually found reading, nodding her head to alternative rock music or chilling at home binge watching psycho-thrillers or romantic comedies.
During the week, Meenakshi is busy wrangling humans in her corporate slave avatar, which she also considers a source for rib-tickling content.
You can find her on Instagram as @the_meenakshi_iyer and on Twitter as @the_iyer_writer
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“You go willingly to a strange place with a boy and then cry that you have been raped? Huh?” the man behind the desk asked. “What did you expect? You went there looking for sex, right?”
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