The we-must-unite-under-one-feminism outlook smacks of wilful ignorance – without new ways of thinking, the movement will remain exclusive
Tania is an LSE graduate who currently works in immigration law. She is a keen commentator on socio-/political, cultural and legal affairs. www.taniasweeklydose.com
No migrant should let a fictitious stereotype prevent them from bettering their life and assuming their own identity
08/01/2018 11:07 GMT
An overwhelming sense of limbo pervades my cultural identity. It feels diluted, pretentious, but all the more boundless. At times I feel 'Asian' amongst my English friends and a 'coconut' amongst Asian friends and family; a term brandished with resentment and deep-seated feelings of inferiority.
08/09/2016 11:27 BST
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