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“Ma’am, I saw.” Seven-year-old Bhuvana spoke from the crowd of children who were gathered together by their class teacher in order to find who tore the attendance register. The class monitor, Manish said that it was Swapna, and two of his friends confirmed his answer. Poor Swapna was already in tears. But now Bhuvana’s answer […]
As months passed, Maya saw a transformation in the workplace. Women no longer suffered in silence. Instead, they were supported, understood, and empowered.
Maybe I am pregnant again, and I will have no face to show and I will be fired from this high paying job. A sad end to my career.
“Trust me, being a princess isn’t all it's cracked up to be”, she retorted. “I suffered too. I had bulimia. I was body shamed too. It is exhausting; it is exhausting even for a princess, honey”
She looked at her watch and scoffed. He still had no idea what she wanted and probably never would; since the past two years it was the same thing. Every day. Every evening.
Meeting a friend didn't solve all her problems, of course, but with a roof over her and a compassionate friend by her side, the other fights became easier.
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