Thursday, March 23, 2017
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The “Indian Way” of Parenting – Is it Problematic?

The “Indian Way” of Parenting – Is it Problematic?
Here’s my opinion on why I believe the manner in which Indians parent needs to change immediately. 

Breastfeeding vs. formula: A mother’s choice

Breastfeeding vs. formula: A mother’s choice

We do great injustice to mothers shaming them as ‘bad’ or ‘good’ mothers based on their breastfeeding preferences.

Teching it seriously

Teching it seriously

Exposing a child to the digital world has its pros and cons.

Beauty and shame - The imperialism of the media

Beauty and shame - The imperialism of the media

Body image dissatisfaction and body shaming are not new phenomena. For centuries women have toiled and struggled to fit into society’s conceptions of ‘acceptable’. 

Taking to the Polls

Taking to the Polls
It’s time for British Columbians to have their voices heard as they prepare to take to the polls this spring. Tentatively scheduled for May 9, 2017, the 41st British Columbia general election will give BC residents the chance to elect members of the Legislative Assembly from districts all across the province. 

Yoga, a Subjective Technology

Yoga, a Subjective Technology

Yoga has become one of the most heavily commercialized movements in the world today. From cars and gadgets to food and clothing supplies, everything is marketed under the name of yoga.