A Night In with Anchal Seda

A Night In with Anchal Seda

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A Night In with Anchal Seda

Join Anchal Seda to celebrate the publication of What Would the Aunties Say?

Worried about introducing your partner to your parents? Annoyed by marriage pressure? Tired of unproductive conversations with your family about gender inequality or mental health?

Drawing from real-life stories and examples, popular podcaster and beauty guru Anchal Seda offers warm and practical guidance for young women of a South Asian heritage in her new book What Would The Aunties Say?

Join Anchal for this exclusive event as she openly and honestly explores the shared experiences of "the brown girls" from Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi women living in the Western world. From education and career, beauty standards and colourism, to dating and marriage, as well as mental health and therapy, racism and inequality – and of course, your relationship with your family – Anchal draws on her own experience to encourage you to embrace the benefits of the fusion of East and West while inspiring you to be unapologetically yourself.

With humour and warmth, and plenty of advice to help you handle our culture, be yourself, live your best life, and, of course, deal with the Aunties, you do not want to miss this.

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