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Pragya Roy

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Pragya is a Master's Graduate in Sociology from Jawaharlal Nehru University. She works as the content editor at Feminism In India. She is also a ramen enthusiast, a hummus mother, a postcard hoarder and a wannabe cat lady. She still prefers writing on her notebooks, rather than on her laptop, but her job demands her to do just the opposite. Her favourite season is spring, and her alter ego is that of Mrs. Dalloway who said, "She would buy the flowers herself", in case no man ever buys her any!

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The 'Brown' Racists: How We All Have Internalised The Racism At Home

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As a dark-skinned person who grew up in India, racism in India was a reality that I learnt to live with, rather than an ambiguity that it is to many.
Can A Toxic Mother Raise A Feminist Daughter?

Can A Toxic Mother Raise A Feminist Daughter?

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To answer the title question: Not always, a toxic mother can raise a feminist daughter but that daughter she raised can always be a self-taught feminist.
'Krishna And His Leela' On Netflix: A Long-Winded Justification Of Toxic Masculinity

Film Review of ‘Krishna And His Leela’ On Netflix: A Long-Winded Justification Of Toxic...

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Krishna and His Leela seems to be a memoir of either director Ravikanth Perepu or lead actor and screenwriter Sidhu Jonnalagadda, that fills you with an intense loathing for the men and a sense of concern for the women in their lives, given the amount of sexism and toxic masculinity it promotes.