So. This was one post I came across recently.
The first lame question on it is, “Still you think Girls are weak?”
First of all, nobody call us weak. There are most of the men who admire women, their hardships, their sacrifices, and their responsibilities. No part in your body is weak except your mind that enables you to question again and again “Do you call us weak? Are we just this and are we just that?” and so many as such. Please! You’re strong and everyone knows it. Stop expecting anyone to describe your strength. Talk about it with pride instead of questioning your own capability. Chill. You’re stronger than men. Not weak at all. Cool.
Well, the content of the post is just a part. The major part in the screenshot is the comment. It seems women are “bragging” over their periods and pregnancy.
How firm and talented!
I understand that these are the common pain that woman has to undergo as she’s left with no choice. Describing about these pains are not “bragging”, as you say. Life of a girl changes very frequently. It is not that easy. “We have it because we’re built like that and definitely not an achievement.” True. Maybe it’s called “bragging” to your sixth sense. But I call it a sense of “gratification” and “fulfilment”. You have the difference here. If men could “brag” about their first Goa trip, their first own car, their first booze with friends, their first onsite offer, I think women “bragging” just about their periods and pregnancy is no big deal. It is not a fuss. It is basic.
Men change cities for job but they don’t change families. They don’t have to bend to rules from a random family.
Not a sharp point from you, girl. It’s a tight slap you’ve given for yourself.
It is so sick to see women downgrading other women. Shame! No need to support. But at least shut up.
© Yashica Priya