image credit: guogiyan.com ** Remember, remember As you parade us Like objects And try to douse Our freedom, our ambitions As you try to reduce To ashes Who we are At the stake of Morality Lust Misplaced male egos Smug entitlement We may bleed We may die We may beg For forgiveness Though it is […]Read More Reincarnated.
This story was submitted by Spoilt Modern Indian Woman reader Tejaswini Divya Naik. Hey stranger, he greeted. Right back at ya stranger, I whispered over the phone. This was the morning routine, everyday. He would wake me up every morning in almost the same way while you would wait for me to wake you up. […]Read More All About The Choices.
This post was written by Spoilt Modern Indian Woman reader Aishwarya Upreti Indian television soaps have a history of portraying women in a regressive light. Sure, there are a handful which try to portray empowered women fighting for their rights and changing norms like in Sadda Haq Ganga etc , but that’s merely a teardrop in an […]Read More The Docile, Dependent, ‘Good Girl’ of Indian TV
This story was submitted by a Spoilt Modern Indian Woman reader who wishes to remain anonymous. I’m a woman who lives in Delhi. My name isn’t important to this story, but my gender is, or so I would like to think. November 2015 I had cyber sex with a man, who I didn’t know was […]Read More A Real Life Story about Cyber Sex, Voyeurism and Blackmail.
The following story was submitted by Spoilt Modern Indian Woman reader Dimpy Acharjee An uneven sunlight zigzagged into the room that ridiculously lazy winter morning. That moment when you can’t decide if you want it to be morning yet. She stood by the window, peering into the broken glass pieces in her hand, willing them […]Read More Love in the Times of 377.