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Yes I am an Indian woman and NO I do not love to cook

Challenging race and gender-based assumptions

As a child growing up in an urban, educated upper-middle-class family in India, I witnessed my mother’s struggles to keep up with societal expectations. More than three decades later and on another continent altogether, I faced similar, if not the same challenges myself. And I had not expected to…

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Kiwi-Indian writer from NZ. I write Blogs|Personal Essays| MicroFiction. Educator & Lifelong learner|Aspiring Novelist. Find me at https://linktr.ee/rheawriter

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Rhea Anglesey

Rhea Anglesey

Kiwi-Indian writer from NZ. I write Blogs|Personal Essays| MicroFiction. Educator & Lifelong learner|Aspiring Novelist. Find me at https://linktr.ee/rheawriter

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