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Beverly Anne Devakishen

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Beverly Devakishen is a final year student at the University of East Anglia studying Literature and History. She is interested in Asian history, as well as issues around gender and sexuality. She is deputy editor for The Queer Review and has done journalism internships at newspapers such as The Guardian.

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Axone: The Problematic Representation Of The Nepali Community In The Film

Axone: The Problematic Representation Of The Nepali Community In The Film

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Dear makers of Axone, Nepali women need not be othered from empowerment. Axone betrays a decent portrayal of a Nepali character even when Upasana centres the maximum screen presence throughout the film.
Discarding The Bra: Shedding Oppressive Heteropatriarchal Habits During Lockdown

Discarding Our Bras: Shedding Oppressive Heteropatriarchal Habits During Lockdown

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For many women, the bra is believed to be just another body part. The bra today is not simply a piece of cloth, but has the larger politics of gender identity, oppression and social construction attached to it.
As An African Man In India, I Am Guilty Of Silently Hiding Behind A Smile

As An African Man In India, I Am Guilty Of Silently Hiding Behind A...

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I am guilty of my silence. When my friends and acquaintances (who are not black) would dare usher the word, I would often myself refraining from responding, because for the longest while, I did not feel like being the spokesperson for all black people.