https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2023 ... e-epidemic
I thought this was an engrossing read. India has a number of particular cultural norms that end up with disempowered women who are often beaten and killed by their husbands and in-laws.
I have to imagine nearly all of us have felt the sting of being treated as “less than” by others — whether that’s based on our looks, our intellect, our money, or our abilities.
I read this stuff and I think about what needs to change in my culture of the US to bring everyone up, even just a little bit.
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@fit?According to the police transcript, he described Neeti’s death as an accident following an altercation. He said he resented her for all the time she spent at the gym.
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Doubtlessly the husband was a true-beta male who couldn’t handle her Murph time and ate non-Paleo
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