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November 25, 2015
One day a small incident shook me completely. But It also helped bring out all the hidden gender performances and fears in me. It made me challenge and question my fear of failure that was incapacitating me in this patriarchal culture that had limited me so far. It helped me to cast away the blinders that limited me from seeing my potential and question the status quo that limits us in rigid roles. That day I discovered a new self in me. I could not resist from expressing myself through poem - Reborn.
Arunima Chouguley is an MA candidate at the University for Peace.