'Selfish.' 'Asexual.' 'Crazy.' In a new book, 3,000 women share the insults and indignities of being single in India


That doctor’s visit helped launch Kundu, a journalist turned novelist, on a yearlong quest to record the stories of single women in Indian cities. Nearly 3,000 of them opened up to her about their struggles with workplace harassment, adopting children, renting from landlords who assume they’re promiscuous, friends and relatives who warn they’re becoming spinsters, and even staying sexually active in a country where many unmarried adults live with their parents.



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