A digital magazine on sexuality in the Global South

Author: Ekta Oza

Photo of bodypositive activist Ekta Oza. She is wearing dark-rimmed glasses, a blue patterned kurta and her hair is tied back. She is looking to her left and laughing.

BEING THIN… BEING ME

Which one of these is the right question to ask myself: When was the first time I realised I was thin? Or, when was the first time I was made to realise I was ‘different’ and there was something wrong with me that needed to be fixed? Or, when was the first time I defined…
Photo of bodypositive activist Ekta Oza. She is wearing dark-rimmed glasses, a blue patterned kurta and her hair is tied back. She is looking to her left and laughing.

Being Thin… Being Me

Which one of these is the right question to ask myself: When was the first time I realised I was thin? Or, when was the first time I was made to realise I was ‘different’ and there was something wrong with me that needed to be fixed? Or, when was the first time I defined myself as a thin person and was comfortable being so?
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