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  • Silence and shame

    SP, 11 February 2016

    It must not have been easy writing this, I salute you for gathering all the courage. This piece may or may not help people speak up about the traumati...

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  • Silence and shame

    Vj, 11 February 2016

    Your parents knew and they sent you back and told you to be bold. Mine, I told, and they said, "nothing happened". And they sent me back to the same s...

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    Aarushi Bhandari, 11 February 2016

    This is the most heartbreaking thing I have read in a very long time. As a fellow Nepali -- who also ran off to NY tired of the status quo's b/s -- I ...

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