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Poulomi Pal

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I am a feminist and a bibliophile. Often i am accused to keep on muttering "everything is political, Personal is political" too often to everyone including myself. And that is my struggle as well. While i see politics, (the systemic deprivation, marginalization, oppression) in everything,leave aside gender discourse, many would just try and comfortably tag me as Leftist, Angry Feminist. I don't mind the tags at all, but find the clever dismissal unacceptable. Trying to explore new ways to engage and challenge "the culture of silence"

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