Mehreen Kasana

  • This is neither an obituary nor a eulogy.This is an apology. This is to say sorry for the disgraceful flood of impotent rage that will inundate our timelines in the coming days; the tweets and status updates that will desperately commemorate the memories of a friend who was more than just a friend. ...

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  • When Lynndie Rana England, along with eleven other American military personnel, was convicted of sexually assaulting and torturing detainees in Abu Gharib, a peculiar stance surfaced in the contemporary discourse of feminism: Among liberal feminists and a certain strata of radical feminists, this ...

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