No Homo, Bro!

While we briefly discussed the history of LGBT in India in the Humble Beginnings of section 377, do we know everything about LGBT in India? Let’s dig deeper. Homosexuality in India Homosexuality has always been a taboo in India, despite having always been around unbeknownst to us. The 153-year-old-colonial-era law, i.e., section 377 of the [...]

The Humble Beginnings of Section 377

The Indian Penal Code had a new entrant in 1864, during the British rule of India. Section 377 was modelled on the Buggery Act of 1533 and was used to criminalize sexual activities 'against the order of nature'. It states that whoever voluntarily has carnal intercourse against the order of nature with any man, woman [...]

Will this ever stop?

America has been home to mass shootings for as long as we remember. A country where every citizen has the right to buy and keep a gun without restriction. Why is this a problem? Let’s find out. In the U.S., 31 states allow the open carrying of a handgun without any license or permit, although [...]

My Eight-Year-Old.

The poem written below is regarding a story about eight-year-old Elizabeth Crawford who didn't want to wear light-up shoes to school after the Florida school shooting. Her mother, Cheree Crawford is afraid the flashing lights will give her daughter's hiding spot away if a shooter ever infiltrates her school. She watched her sleep; sound in [...]