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‘I really loved her but I broke up with her because my mother didn’t think she would adjust in our family.’ – Raul, engineer, 29 ~ ‘I liked being angry. I wanted to hate the world, be angry, so I didn’t have to be sad.’ – Dhairya, photographer, 34 ~ ‘I want a harem. But I want to be the only guy in a woman’s life.’ – Dushyant, lawyer, 27 In startling, often revelatory interviews Dear Men shows how Indian men across ages navigate romantic relationships in a country that is still teetering on the cusp of modern and traditional. Direct, often tongue-in-cheek, accessible and engaging, the book is an investigation of what sexual boundaries really mean to Indian men, how they deal with online dating, manage traditional gender roles, talk about their mental health, if they think romance is still relevant, what marriage means to them, and why they hurt the women they love. Dear Men hopes to start an honest and open dialogue with Indian men about subjects that are becoming more and more relevant as movements like #MeToo gain traction.

 

Review

Brutally honest. Raises problematic questions we fear asking ourselves every single day. - Shaili Chopra, Founder, SheThePeople

Book Description

In a first-of-its-kind treatise, culture journalist Prachi Gangwani examines what it means to be an Indian man, especially post the #MeToo era.

About the Author

Prachi Gangwani is a Delhi-based writer and content creator. Currently, Gangwani adorns two hats: She runs a digital publication, Keeping Zen, which delves into relationships, sex and gender, and wellness. She is also the Content Lead at Human Edge Enterprises. After studying psychology and practicing as a family and couples counsellor for two years, Gangwani switched to a full-time writing career. She has worked with Scoopwhoop Media, iDiva (Times Internet Ltd.), Hauterrfly (Fork Media), and Juggernaut Books. Her words also appear in DailyO, The Swaddle, and Asia Spa Magazine.
 
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Dear Men Masculinity And Modern Love In India Masculinity And Modern Love In #metoo India

Dear Men Masculinity And Modern Love In India Masculinity And Modern Love In #metoo India

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  • ISBN: 9789390077328
  • Author: Prachi Gangwani
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury India
  • Pages: 272
  • Format: Paperback

Book Description

‘I really loved her but I broke up with her because my mother didn’t think she would adjust in our family.’ – Raul, engineer, 29 ~ ‘I liked being angry. I wanted to hate the world, be angry, so I didn’t have to be sad.’ – Dhairya, photographer, 34 ~ ‘I want a harem. But I want to be the only guy in a woman’s life.’ – Dushyant, lawyer, 27 In startling, often revelatory interviews Dear Men shows how Indian men across ages navigate romantic relationships in a country that is still teetering on the cusp of modern and traditional. Direct, often tongue-in-cheek, accessible and engaging, the book is an investigation of what sexual boundaries really mean to Indian men, how they deal with online dating, manage traditional gender roles, talk about their mental health, if they think romance is still relevant, what marriage means to them, and why they hurt the women they love. Dear Men hopes to start an honest and open dialogue with Indian men about subjects that are becoming more and more relevant as movements like #MeToo gain traction.

 

Review

Brutally honest. Raises problematic questions we fear asking ourselves every single day. - Shaili Chopra, Founder, SheThePeople

Book Description

In a first-of-its-kind treatise, culture journalist Prachi Gangwani examines what it means to be an Indian man, especially post the #MeToo era.

About the Author

Prachi Gangwani is a Delhi-based writer and content creator. Currently, Gangwani adorns two hats: She runs a digital publication, Keeping Zen, which delves into relationships, sex and gender, and wellness. She is also the Content Lead at Human Edge Enterprises. After studying psychology and practicing as a family and couples counsellor for two years, Gangwani switched to a full-time writing career. She has worked with Scoopwhoop Media, iDiva (Times Internet Ltd.), Hauterrfly (Fork Media), and Juggernaut Books. Her words also appear in DailyO, The Swaddle, and Asia Spa Magazine.
 

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