Sons of Roses

I recently had the honour of writing an article for Must be Kismet (a leading South Asian magazine & bridal show in Toronto) about queer weddings, featuring Haran Vijayanathan and Humza Mian, two amazing South Asian men who portray two grooms on their wedding day. The entire article and accompanying photos can be found here: [...]

The Poetry of Rupi Kaur

There's a poet that always inspires me; she has grace and eloquence, rawness and authenticity. Her name is Rupi Kaur. I first encountered Rupi through a controversial post a few years back. She had posted a picture of herself lying on her bed, and a spot of blood was visible on her backside as well [...]

A New Year, A New Start

Happy New Year everyone!!! Hope your 2018 is off to a wonderful start. Have you set any new year's resolutions? Here is my list of ten resolutions for the year: Visit 10 hot spots in Ottawa with my friend Hetal Be more like my Mom (this may take many years!) Get a job I love, [...]

When Will and Grace align, anything is possible

I woke up at around 10 am this morning, the after effects of last night's evening of magic still on my mind. My friend Gosia threw a fabulous party, where we danced and sang and enjoyed each other's company. The sounds of the guitar and the rhythms of Ella's dancing filled the room. I sang [...]

How Long Can We Hold Women Back?

I'm barely alive right now. I've been processing my pain and there is a lot coming to the surface that has been suppressed for a long time. It's funny how things happen in your life and it's not until months (sometimes years) after that you process them and assimilate them into your experience. Sometimes I feel [...]