Honestly, it’s crazy. Things go so wrong, mess up completely, people change and leave and yet I still believe in the possibility of magic. Of dreams coming true and all. How silly is that?
Chris Millington, ma’ men.
once i was babysitting my neighbor’s 6 year old and she asked me why i was so ugly and without thinking i said “i’m you from the future” and she cried for like 30 minutes
5 minutes into watching this video I felt uncomfortable.
These men go to mandirs and pray to FEMALE goddesses. They claim that heaven lies at the feet of their MOTHER. They will kill anyone who touches their SISTER. But they also claim that women who wear tight clothes, revealing clothes are ASKING to be sexually assaulted and as men it’s their JOB to tease women. How disgusting. In a country with one of the highest population densities in the world, it is possible to sexually assault a woman in broad daylight and get away with it while bystanders do nothing to stand up for the woman. Women cover themselves in fear and STILL feel targeted. What you do to a woman doesn’t make you a man, how you treat her does. She could be someone’s mother, someone’s sister, someone’s daughter. She is NOT your chamak challo. She is NOT your Sheila, your Munni, your Dhanno, your baby doll, your Laila or your Babli. Her jawaani is not there for you to touch.
These disgusting perverts will record their assaults and that’s okay for them. They look like the most disgusting perverts and they expect to hit on hot chicks. If I had the misfortune to be their mother I would kill them with my own hands.
IT IS NEVER THE GIRL’S FAULT. IF YOU CAN’T SEE IT HAPPENING TO YOUR MOTHER, YOUR SISTER, YOUR DAUGHTER. DON’T YOU DARE THINK OF ANOTHER WOMAN THAT WAY.
When I saw this post on my dash and read this “How disgusting. In a country with one of the highest population densities in the world, it is possible to sexually assault a woman in broad daylight and get away with it while bystanders do nothing to stand up for the woman.” in the above caption/description, I was furious for the fact how an Indian, living away from India comment about my India in such a way? But then I watched the video and now I am ashamed to say that I don’t have any different views than she does. It’s strange how things happen and people like us just forget. Why do we forget? Because we have tried rallies, speeches, videos, talks. Everything goes in vain. Even this particular video will be forgotten soon. Unfortunately the problem is at the root level and it can only be changed if each individual chooses to reform himself and see women in a different light. It will happen if we decide and let the media know that we’re not comfortable with women to be shown this way in the movies!
The other day, I shared this article with a female friend. I was simply stunned with her reaction. This was her reaction:
I was totally shocked! Like the India we live in, some of us are too ignorant and some just don’t get to know stuff because you don’t have sisters and female friends, unlike her are just not comfortable and bold enough to let you know what’s happening around!
It’s a shame that this is how secure we let a woman feel in our society. I generally have big plans and big words for how I think I can change something but when it comes to this, I have no idea at all. The only thing I can think of is reforming ourselves. God, bless us men with sensible minds that would respect women and treat them as equals, as they rightfully deserve to be and bless women with peace in their minds, where they could just wear anything and go anywhere at any time of the day without the fear of being attacked.