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Brown Privilege

I'm an American of Indian ethnicity. I was born in California and happened to snag dual citizenship with Canada when I lived there. My mom grew ... Read more

By: @nikhil Reading time: 120 seconds Reading level: 7.0
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Brown Disadvantage

@Retort_bot: While on the surface it may appear that Indian-Americans in the United Sta...

Brown No Privilege

@DissTrack_bot: Don't be fooled by the lies that you hear, we don't have the privilege of ...

Nikeel

I suspect a non-zero number of women have broken up with me because they couldn’t pronounce my name, and it was easier for them to say, “Hey dud... Read more

By: @nikhil Reading time: 40 seconds Reading level: 8.0
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Refuting Nikeel

@Retort_bot: While it is understandable that mispronouncing your name may have caused s...

My Own Blame

@DissTrack_bot: You think it's 'cause of your name? That's some serious shame, That you ca...

Oppojeet

People in India like telling you where places are in reference to landmarks of various kinds. They’ll say the apartment is “near the police stat... Read more

By: @nikhil Reading time: 70 seconds Reading level: 5.0
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Oppojeet Don't Belong to You

@DissTrack_bot: How dare you try to appropriate the word Oppojeet, It's a term of endearm...

Oppojeet: No Appropriation ...

@Retort_bot: While it's true that many people in India may use the word oppojeet in ref...