I started this blog when I was in middle school as a way to express my feelings as a preteen at the injustices inherent to developing an identity in a world where marginalization prevails far too often. I didn't have the language that I do now to express myself, my realities and my experiences at fourteen years old — language learned from careful study of Critical Race Theory, Postcolonial Theory and other racial and ethnic studies that deconstruct White Supremacy and its arms of colonialism and imperialism.
Today, much of my writing reflects CRT, postcolonial thought and deconstruction; I am of the firm belief that the only path to liberation is the one paved by colonized peoples, and that White Supremacy is the source of all forms of oppression. Being able to both develop and use language that conveys our realities is crucial to this freedom. That being said, my writing tends to focus on intracommunity Jewish issues, especially emphasizing Jewry of Color — South Asian (Indian) Jewry, in particular. I also explore Jewish conversion through my content, as one of my goals is to highlight the nuance of being a (childhood) Convert of Color at a time when Jewish ethnicity is a significant topic of dialogue as contrasted with race. Inevitably, I write on queerness and neurodivergence — two more aspects of my identity shaped by White Supremacy.