love and sex

-March 2, 2022

Three years after Section 377 was struck down by the Supreme Court, queer women in Delhi still find it difficult to live and love freely without compromising their womanhood

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-January 25, 2022

At a time when society is not yet ready to acknowledge the immorality of marital rape, the debate surrounding a law to criminalise marital rape is off to a slow start. The importance of a woman’s consent is yet to be universally accepted

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-October 27, 2021

What is the psychology of the perpetrators who commit crimes in the name of ‘love’? Patriot takes a look  Among the crimes committed in Delhi, crimes born out of ‘love’ have reached an epidemic proportion. These crimes are categorised under the “jilted lover syndrome”. Such crimes are committed by a lover either out of revenge […]

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-June 28, 2018

Those who have wives are looking for something different once in a way, but it can’t last long. In the end, there are only memories… I’m anal retentive. I go to work at 5 am and I have insomnia during weekends. I love my solitude and cannot stand anyone living with me for more than […]

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-April 27, 2018

Extract from ‘The Red Flower’s Blue Petal’, a story in The Other anthology Ramola reached home buzzed by the amount of coffee she had drunk that evening. She shared a flat with Sanjay, a childhood friend from Jaunpur, her hometown, and to all and sundry he was her ‘brother’. He was really like a brother […]

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