‘Just Friends’: Opposite-Sex Friendships Are Feminist AF. Here’s Why 

Out of my five closest friends, two are straight men. All three of us have partners, but honestly, that’s irrelevant for my argument. Having these two male friends has helped me see men as whole human beings in their own right, with hopes and heartbreak, fears and aspirations. I believe my presence in their lives has done the same for them. We don’t see each other as potential romantic partners, and this has allowed us to look at the opposite sex from a different lens – a lens that has no agenda. It’s just individuals hanging out together. Just… being. 

Eternally Confused And Eager For Love Takes Us Inside The Conflicted Minds Of Urban Indian Men 

Ray is both endearing and annoying at once. He doesn’t want to hurt women, but still ends up making them feel unsafe. This contradiction highlights the problem with gender discourse today – men are given a long list of ‘Don’ts’ for their dealings with women. But in the absence of a list of ‘Dos’, many men find themselves lost and confused. 

From Spicy Stories To In-Depth Investigations: 8 Books About Love

Such is the power of love – it turns mundane to magic, boring to brilliant, and death to power. So, why should we not be obsessed with love? The irony is, though, that as certainly as we want to love and be loved, as uncertain we are about what it really means. Perhaps these books about love will help you figure some things out.

Scatter Brain by Sid G: Smashing The Monarchy Of Screen Time One Pink Brain At A Time 

A masterpiece in the 21st Century is made of three elements: Distinct visuals, good PR and publicity, and a thoughtful and relevant idea. For Sid, the bright pink of the Scatter Brain stemmed from his love for Pink Floyd. But, it inadvertently became an unmissable emblem. One couldn’t unsee it, or walk (or in my case, scroll, since I discovered it on an Instagram story) past it.

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