Abortion guilt never ends: Actress Kubra says

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Last Updated : 11 Jul, 2022 05:23 PM

Published : 11 Jul 2022 05:23 PM
Last Updated : 11 Jul 2022 05:23 PM

Kubra Gedt has acted in Hindi films including ‘Ready’, ‘Sultan’, ‘Galliboy’. In 2018, she rose to fame with her role in the web series ‘Sacred Games’ released on Netflix. She played a transgender in the series.

Kubra Seid’s autobiography, Open Book: Not Quite a Memoir, has now been released. Reviews of the book suggest that Kubra’s autobiography is in some places almost too honest to make the reader feel guilty.

Kubra has recorded in her autobiography that she was sexually abused by a family friend as a child. She has said in an autobiographical interview that she faced resistance from her own mother to speak out about the sexual torture that had happened to her.

He said women’s fear of speaking out about sexual abuse discourages men who commit wrongdoing. Also, he has said that the sexual torture inflicted on him is a chapter in the book of his life and he will not allow it to become a book.

‘The trauma of childhood sexual abuse can last a lifetime for many people. But Kubra has instilled the belief through this approach that it does not have to become a distortion of one’s personality and an obstacle to growth.

Kubra did not care at all about an unmarried woman engaging in sexual intercourse and thereby conceiving and terminating the fetus. She has said that she never felt any regret or guilt about having an abortion.

Currently 39 years old, Kubra is yet to get married. She also said that she is not ready to have a child even now.

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