On ‘Mississippi Masala’ and the Politics of Desire
They were a two-sided awakening for me; a bi-panic-inducing pairing.
Nadya Agrawal is a Brooklyn-based writer and editor. She founded Kajal Magazine and hosts the Cardamom Pod on Earios Network.
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