I Kid You Not
Written by Maninee Raj, an 18-year-old student.
Phrases like ‘boys will be boys’, and ‘real men don’t cry’ are often used in our patriarchal society, former to justify actions and giving a free pass to the male gender, latter to equating display of emotions in men as weakness…
Composed by Ishika Kawatra, a grade 10 student.
Written by Arshiya Sangar, a grade 11 student
On July 18, a crowd of 2500-3000 young people gathered at the Democracy Monument in Bangkok, Thailand, raising the three-finger symbol of liberation.
Written by Shruthi Chandrasekar, a grade 5 student
This was a test created by a professor at Stanford University (it’s one of the best universities in the world) that tested what is called – delayed gratification (where you postpone a reward to later rather than sooner).
Written by Jiya Rajput, a grade 10 student.
Everyone in society faces inequality, be it men, women, or transgenders. However, not everyone faces it in the same way – some situations are worse than others, and some face more than one type of discrimination…
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