Shares of the Pie: The Sexist World We Live In

What is it about being a woman that you're proud of? It was a Counseling Psychology class, where this question was posed to us. They called the module Counseling Diverse Populations. We got a range of responses, some saying they like the fact that they could wear pretty clothes and others saying they wouldn't form … Continue reading Shares of the Pie: The Sexist World We Live In


I never imagined walking in through the same gates, past the same two men (who asked us a different question today than his usual), and through the same arches, the same overcrowded stairways, and towards the same photocopy-place we had for the past five years would feel so different. Their cold What work do you … Continue reading Change

The Psychology of Evil

On Zimbardo, Rape, and India's Daughter I remember having studied Zimbardo's contribution to Psychology in my Social Psychology Class last year. But apart from how unethical his research was, I sparsely remembered much. But it wasn't until now when I revisited his infamous Stanford Prison Experiment and other works for a Seminar Paper, that I … Continue reading The Psychology of Evil