Live and Let Bi

Rhea Dangwal This is the part 2 of breaking Bi-sexuality stereotypes at KrantiKali for part one click here: Busting Bi-Sexual Stereotypes (Love, Regardless… illustrations by Rory Midhani) So, let’s take this story forward. You spend your formative teenage years trying to make sense of the ecology of your birds and bees, and suddenly as the bisexual in the […]

Bi Ki Baat

Aishwarya Shrivastav Illustration by Aishwarya Shrivastav Since we are celebrating ‘Bisexuality awareness week’ at KrantiKali, let’s listen to some of the stories I came across – Sakshi, 21 is a chirpy girl with a pleasant personality. When asked about her coming out experience she says she doesn’t really understand the need to come out about her […]

“Here to Stay, Whether Meninists Like It Or Not!”: With Saadiya Ali

Aishwarya Shrivastav This solo-yolo-er, actor and pet mom of two from Chennai participates in mundane conversations for free food, says her tagline on TLC Queens of comedy. For the rest of us, we know her as the super energetic comic with edgy jokes which always hit the spot. Saadiya Ali has come a long way […]

With love, Your friendly neighbourhood Troll

Aishwarya Shrivastav Google Images The growth of social media and the online space has begun to accommodate great sources of personal discourse. Women dominate almost all of the social networking platforms and their ways of using these platforms also differ from men. These gender differences in communication can be traced back to a difference in […]