Queering Desi, Episode 15: The Fluidity of Gender with Durga Gawde

This week, Priya chats with Durga Gawde, a genderfluid artist and activist based in India.
Food For Thought

‘Meat Came Between Me and My Man’ — U.K. Female Artists Share Food For...

"Everyone has a story about food or a memory related to food. It’s a subject that is as universal as it gets, but also as individual as it gets." Anjali Mya Chadha presents "Food For Thought" - a combination of four solo performances, each of whom gave a monologue interweaving the theme of food with empowerment.

Talking Growing Pains with Model, Influencer, and Coach Onkar Singh Dhindsa

I came across NYC based model and physique trainer, Onkar Singh Dhindsa’s profile via a mutual friend. Onkar posts daily motivational captions about growth and vulnerability and is all set to release his first self-published book, Growing Pains, on June 20th. As the self-proclaimed South Asian influencer journalist, I am, I had to know more.

Dear Dad: A Father’s Day Tribute From Brown Girls Everywhere

The following letters are written by Brown Girl contributors in honor of Father's Day.  Dearest Dad, You are my hero. Since I was a little girl, I've looked up to you. I've learned...

My Father’s Strength to Let me go Was the Greatest Gift of All

Today, I work towards raising awareness on the issue of gender inequality, I look towards solutions that can end all forms of gender violence, I think of peaceful intervention. I think of generosity. I think of my father.

Why Mosque Culture Needs to Change: An Open Letter to Masjid Aunties

The social hierarchy within the mosque is a twisted form of culture. Because you regularly go to the mosque, doesn’t mean you should get special treatment by coming in late and moving people to get a spot in front of the women’s section. Ask yourselves if you’re following Islam when you ridicule other Muslims for not practicing the “correct way.”

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When you think back to a signature dish at home, what is it? For me, one of those dishes is my dad’s Tandoori Chicken. In our house, we had two head chefs growing up, my mom and my dad....
This fun and easy makeup tutorial is all you need to get your Eid glam on this festive season!
Print-on-print is no longer a faux-pas! Why was it ever? Check out how you can pair stripes and gingham together for a killer combo the next time you go out on the town.
If you’re dealing with adult acne, I promise you’re not the only one. Almost everyone has or has had acne in some shape or form, but the trick is that you need to stop living in fear and not worry about it too much.
Nobody likes turmeric stains, but what if it's your haldi ceremony? There's no getting out of it, but there are ways to avoid blotchy skin ahead of your nuptials. Get a load of the tips and tricks, here!


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