Sejal had not thought of her home, or of India as a whole, as cool. She was dimly aware, however, of a white Westerner habit... - Adam Rex Quotes
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Quote:Sejal had not thought of her home, or of India as a whole, as cool. She was dimly aware, however, of a white Westerner habit of wearing other cultures like T-shirts—the sticker bindis on club kids, sindoor in the hair of an unmarried pop star, Hindi characters inked carelessly on tight tank tops and pale flesh. She knew Americans liked to flash a little Indian or Japanese or African. They were always looking for a little pepper to put in their dish. - Adam Rex Quotes
  


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