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Bisexual stereotypes you need to know

Most people understand the concept of homosexuality. When it comes to bisexuality, confusion reigns, and they can’t comprehend what it means exactly. Sexuality runs on a spectrum. On both extremes, you have heterosexuality and homosexuality. It’s not so black and white.

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For a cracking Diwali this year, just let there be light

The air quality in the Capital post-Diwali, according to SAFAR forecast, will continue to be in the “very poor” category even if only half the crackers from last year are burnt. However, if as many crackers as last year to go off, the air quality would be “severe” or to a level that could trigger the Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) to take stricter pollution-control measures.
Delhi’s air quality is likely to worsen mainly due to meteorological conditions that will trap pollutants from local sources such as firecrackers.

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How Your Thoughts and Emotions Impact the Environment

We the humans are the God’s ultimate creation. The things that separate us from other animals and creatures are our memory, intellect and thought process. The environment that we see from our eyes is inside us. We are made of the same five elements which have created the whole world. We get results according to our actions/karma and our actions are controlled by our mind and our mind is full of thoughts, feelings, and emotions.  The things we are seeing today and the situations which we are facing now are only because of our thoughts and ideas converted into actions.

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Women Wore Cow Masks To Question If Cows Are Safer Than Women In India

23-year-old artist Sujatro Ghosh decided to start a project where he got women to wear a cow mask in public places to prove the bovine community has it easier.

“I am perturbed by the fact that in my country, cows are considered more important than a woman, that it takes much longer for a woman who is raped or assaulted to get justice than for a cow which many Hindus consider a sacred animal,” Delhi-based photographer Sujatro Ghosh said.

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