“I didn't tell anyone that in my college days, every penny which Amma gave me I always gave it to my people. People who are like meself. My people, When I applied for a job there were three options in front of me Name: Sex: Male, Female, Other. The very first time I select the third option.”
Amna, curious about her uniqueness, confused at her father’s indifference and contempt to her mixed feelings about who she really is? As she grows up, Amna’s feelings towards the outcasts of the society increases, she is determined to overcome her feelings of deprivation and to seek out an answer to her inner mixed emotions and conflicts.
But will Amna succeed in her mission to meet her father’s heart and win his approval? And will she keep her stance in the society? Or will she lose herself amidst all this?
|Estimated Reading Time||30 mins|
|Published On||01 Nov 2020|
Jun 03, 2021
Well written work,when a person becomes disappointed ,this story works a lot at that time.
Nov 05, 2016
Sep 22, 2016
I loved it!!