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How My Indian Grandma Became My Matchmaker  

In some way most marriages are arranged, whether it is through a dating app, friends setting you up, or in my case, Grandma Veena as my matchmaker. Read...
Taara Mehta    |   02.12.19   |   SHARE
Sex + Love
People who have their names anglicized don’t want to deal with the discomfort of saying their birth names out loud over and over until it is eventually pronounced correctly.

My Name Was Anglicized — But I’m Taking It Back

Names are important because they reflect unique cultures, histories, religions, and lineages. Taking someone’s given name and changing it is one of Read...
Shailee Koranne    |   03.24.16   |   SHARE
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Female Governors 101: How Much do You Know?

Are you up-to-date on the history and current context of women as heads of states? We’re breaking it down—and it’s kind of depressing. Read...
Jane Jones   |   07.31.14   |   SHARE