Eleven Ways to Love Part 5: When New York was Cold and I Was Lonely

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Eleven Ways to Love Part 5: When New York was Cold and I Was Lonely

Maroosha Muzaffar, Swasti Shree Sharma, Sharanya Manivannan

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People have been telling their love stories for thousands of years. It is the greatest common human experience. And yet, love stories coach us to believe that love is selective, somehow, that it can be boxed in and easily defined. This is a collection of eleven remarkable essays that widen the frame of reference: transgender romance; body image issues; race relations; disability; polyamory; class differences; queer love; long distance; caste; loneliness; the single life; the bad boy syndrome . . . and so much more.

Pieced together with a dash of poetry and a whole lot of love, featuring a multiplicity of voices and a cast of unlikely heroes and heroines, this is a book of essays that show us, with empathy, humour and wisdom, that there is no such thing as the love that dare not speak its name.


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Maroosha Muzaffar:
Maroosha is a journalist with VICE India and is investigating contemporary love and longing.


Maroosha is a journalist with VICE India and is investigating contemporary love and longing.


Maroosha is a journalist with VICE India and is investigating contemporary love and longing.

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