Hefner saw more than just beauty in Black people. He saw talent. And in parallel to building a deeply hedonistic culture, which, many argue, is an incomplete view of the brand, he raised an America where egalitarianism became the new cool.
#2. The Joy of making Music: Being Men and Women in a world that is becoming increasingly androgynous
Growing up in the 90s, I was often subjected to phrases like, ‘Women aren’t lesser than men.’ A decade later, I was entertained by advertisements that increasingly promoted gender enmity– “Why should boys have all the fun?” Despite being born and raised in a household that seldom made me feel underprivileged because of my gender, […]
#1. To the entitled millennials who are sometimes unable to afford the ₹300 sandwich (including me!)
In May of 2016, Buzzfeed came up with an article which deeply resonated with my being. The Urban Poor You Haven’t Noticed: Millennials Who’re Broke, Hungry, But On Trend. I was in the third year of my bachelors’ and had to struggle most evenings explaining where I blew up all my money, to my mother. […]
Believe in yourself. Use more common sense. Just because it is a golden needle, does not mean you need to poke your eyes with it! Have a small circle with whom you can be your most genuine self. BE REAL NO MATTER WHAT!
Anyone can become angry – that is easy. But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way – this is not easy. – Aristotle, The Nicomacbean Ethics Introduction 166 inmates currently have the privilege to be in the most […]