BIO

Akhila lives in Brooklyn, NY, where she is an attorney, writer, and policy advocate representing survivors of domestic violence. Her non-fiction has recently been published in The Rumpus, Lunch Ticket, and Kitchen Work. Akhila is a feminist, a lover of Taco Bell, and cannot go a day without coffee and chocolate. You can read her writing at her website
 

Akhila Kolisetty's Articles

My shame ran so deep that I couldn’t admit to myself that I had a disability, even when it impeded my studies and my social experience.

What It’s Like To Live With An “Invisible” Disability

My shame ran so deep that I couldn’t admit to myself that I had a disability, even when it impeded my studies and my social experience.
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