"Call it insufferable meddling or a deliberate safekeeping of culture through marriage, it’s still common for biodatas to end up in your inbox when you become 'of age' — even in America."
Foram Mehta is a San Francisco-based writer and editor by way of New York City, Texas, and India. A self-described tree hugger, she's living her best green life exploring the beauty of the Pacific Northwest, while advocating for climate action and convincing everyone she knows to give up single-use plastic. She has a weakness for all things vegan food and cats... not necessarily in that order.
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