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Posts published by “Maansi Kalyan”

The Brown Way

Investigating the psyche of the South Asian community, The Print aligns culture with mental health. Shame. It’s a word that motivates silence and implies a…

The Veneer of Perfection

Columnist Maansi is back for her penultimate weigh-in on the shame surrounding mental illness, and how stigma has impacted her own experiences It usually only…

No FOMO

Resident columnist Maansi is back for another installment, tackling her fear of missing out one night out at a time  It’s a dangerously repetitive scenario: I’m in…

Asking For It?

The Print’s resident columnist is back for round two, tackling self-imposed victim blaming, post-Drapers cat-calling and the mutually respecting patriarchy  “Fancy a lift, gorgeous?” Her…

More Than Skin-Deep

I’m Maansi. I am a British Indian, I was born and raised to respect my rich heritage, and I am proud At least, that’s what…

“You Talk Too Much For a Girl”

Maansi Kalyan bites back after an unsavoury encounter with misogyny at Monday’s Calling “You talk too much for a girl” I was recently at Mondays…