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Breakfast in Barjuri

One of the pleasures of traveling in India is to stop at a roadside dhaba in a little village and sample their food. Not only do you get a feel of local food habits, you also get to meet people. 558 more words


Intersectionality Diminishes Humanity 

Perhaps you are like me, you look at the culture and just shake your head at the absolute absurdity that it has embraced. Much of this absurdity finds its expression in what is known as intersectionality. 615 more words


Oriki Mi (My Oriki)

In the Yoruba worldview, an individual’s identity is closely tied to the community. It might be said of a person that ‘the community is, therefore I am.’ Out of this context emerges the  474 more words



I went to an exhibition a few months ago at the Southbank in the newly refurbished Hayward Gallery and certain images have stuck with me. That is what is so good about art and the array of cultural experiences, which surround us. 131 more words


Film Review: Unsane

Unsane depicts a week in the life of a young woman, brilliantly played by Claire Foy, who is involuntarily committed to an asylum. Shot entirely on an iPhone, close-up shots and warped perspectives within an isolated setting creates a growing sense of unease and intrigue, leaving the audience wondering where and with whom insanity lies. 238 more words


The Best, “Badly Written” Book

Note to the reader: This is a very long, very documented response/refutation. Please read it carefully. And beware of snark.

Is the Bible “badly written” as some assert? 4,401 more words