My train rides become that much more...weird.
Yes, I called myself fat. But why can’t I be beautiful, too?
On our first date, she asked me if I believed in God.
One time, when I was home over break, my mom found my bowl.
Before I could get better though, I got worse.
Why isn’t the hijab afforded the same deference as other sacred elements of religion?
I barely noticed the absence of heating in the house anymore.
I called one guy out on all of his lies, and he told me that I was an ungrateful woman who would never get married.
My friends have a big brother who protected them and I have one who beat me to a pulp.
My first year at Tufts was anything but easy.
I was sixteen years old when I first met Aarav.
To me, it was a transaction that could only be compared to something like buying a car.