As if It Didn’t Matter
Episode 181 features a conversation with Dr. Dheena Sadik, who lives and works in Colombo, Sri Lanka. She discusses the pursuit of her education as a female growing up in a traditional, male-dominated culture. We also hear about how she has navigated her romantic life in a culture where arranged marriage is the norm. This conversation took place on the Clubhouse app, a few days after the U.S. Supreme Court draft opinion on Roe v. Wade was leaked to the public. It makes for a timely episode, with the decison having just been overturned. Click here to read my blog post in response to the decision. Enjoy. -tg
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