Because of our love for polarised discourse, the #MeToo campaign has now ended up in building distrust and disagreements, instead of finding a solution to a global problem. This is only a sign of our times of extreme opinions, and how they can harm even constructive discussions.
As a lonely child, I used to spend my leisure at the balcony that looked down at the busy road. On the other side of that road, lived two young men. Their eyes taught me my first lesson in what being a man might mean.
Note: This was originally written as an answer to a Quora question asking why it was okay to say “Germany killed/butchered Brazil” but not “Germany raped Brazil”, in the context of a soccer match. When I say Germany raped Brazil, I do not mean that Germany had forceful intercourse with Brazil, and the person I am talking […]
Note: This was originally written as an answer to a Quora question asking why we say girls should dress the way they want even if it invites rape, but we still keep wallets safely for precaution. When we keep the wallet very safely, it’s a given that the wallet can’t be stolen. When a girl dresses […]