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‘Coz I wanted to talk on this!

So. This was one post I came across recently.
The first lame question on it is, “Still you think Girls are weak?”
Dear girls,
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!
Hold on.
@Varsha Kadam.
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

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Happy Men’s Day ❣️

Amongst other men who rape and disrespect women, there are other gentle-hearted men out there who see a mother’s love in wife’s warmth, treat her well, respect her choices, listen to her broken stories, lift her up when she falls, and hug her with silent prayers.
Happy Men’s Day to those lovely kinds! More love and peace to you.
You guys are absolutely special. 💕

© Yashica Priya

India Misses Him. The Best Leader We Ever Had.

Happy Birthday Sir Abdul Kalam.

We lost the only most valuable treasure that India possessed. While others are marked special for their talents, he is marked honourable for the honest affection toward every individual and for the plain-spoken thoughts. From poverty to great inspiration, without being big-headed for his popularity, he set the perfect illustration for being a real human. He tended to be a kid at heart and a genius at mind. The “actual” President India had in this and upcoming centuries. His deeds and accomplishments are remarkable.

Sir, you’re the most generous and genuine person one would have come across. You still exist in the form of each citizen who is heading toward his/her dream. Thank you to had been the pillar of reinforcement to every Indian inhabitants. You’ll be missed forever.

© Yashica Priya

Who is “She”?

I wish to dedicate this to all the two-faced men (where ever you exist) !

She is strong enough to meet new people.
She is strong enough to trust them.
She is strong enough to get hurt again.
She is strong enough to believe the lies.
She is strong enough to try harder.
She is strong enough to face variety of pains.
She is strong enough to overcome betrayals.
She is strong enough to take care of herself.
She is strong enough to give another life.
She is strong enough to get through pain.
She is strong enough to stand up for herself.
She is strong enough to move on.
She is strong enough to bandage her cuts.
And moreover,
She is strong enough to heal herself.

Women are not as simple as you think them to be, physically and mentally.

Don’t ever compare a girl with your mother and kill her with words.
It is just that your dad is pretty much a MAN to hold and understand his woman, UNLIKE YOU.

Does this post sound dramatic? There are so many men out there who is damaging a soul of women. Luckily God hasn’t let a few of us that way, but somewhere, a mother or a sister is going through the worst phases of their life because of marriages or relationships with unworthy men.

© Yashica Priya

Male-dominated Society

Aren’t we proceeding with the 21st century life now? Being the today’s-world girl, I still don’t find a place where women are given priority at first place as gender plays a major role everywhere, and it is consistent.
They are respected, but not everywhere. They are given a chance, but not in everything. They are bearable, but not by everyone. “But why?”, still remains a question. It is intensely strange to be under an impression if we are satisfied or not with the what the society is providing today.
From a personal point of view, I predict that we, the women, are lacking somewhere. Taking every stage of life, I strongly believe that women are still dominant to men. Aren’t we? Yet in a few culture, they are not allowed to choose their lifestyle or career. Later after marriage, she is controlled by a new family, new people, and new set of rules. She is not included in taking important decisions, be it financially, culture-based, or professionally. She is not even asked an opinion if she is convenient with the decision.
Few men call themselves feminists, but not everybody understands that giving equal proportions of rights to women make them one.
Is that because it is hard to support the opposite gender? Or, whether they believe if women are given the supreme power there will be million possibilities to have them win all around?
She is more plausible while deciding important commitments in everyone’s life and she is actually known for that.
A truth that I strongly believe in is, the act of marriage. Do you know why men are getting married to women that are younger to them? Because, a woman at the age of 22 has the tendency to grasp and understand things greatly, which a man attains it only at the age of 27. Only a very few guys understand their partners at the youngest period.
A woman automatically becomes more responsible when she reaches puberty, but a man enjoys life till a certain period and becomes more conscious and confident about life only after he meets challenges and managements.
I see fathers taking good care of their babies when mother is off somewhere, and women being a CEO at few organisations and men working under them. So it is good to share home, and the society as well. Isn’t it?
And still there exist stereotype-type men who behave as if they are the end of women’s life story. But women are actually the beginners; the issue is they are kept behind the bars of effective stipulations that, according to them, women hold, and are drawn margins by someone. They aren’t lent ears when they want to promote an idea, thus leading to a failure in the growth of society.
Male chauvinist think that our lives are rolled within the place they keep us in. Bringing up the children and doing the households are just a part of life women lead.
Marriage still acts as a source of pain in few parts of the world. As a woman, it feels really hard to sit back and watch other women striving hard to achieve their goals. It hurts to see few women stepping back with a fear she might be dumped off by an unknown. There runs a lot of “What-if” questions whenever she takes a movement forward.
Women have all the capacities to go beyond the fence and make the toughest things happen.
Men might earn really well, but it is always those lovely women at home who save the extras and show up when in need.
Just because few women go wrong doesn’t mean the right women had to be abstained from what they deserve.
A man’s world must be filled with laughter and happiness of his woman, not with heartbreaks and dominance.
Men become less privileged without women which most of them don’t understand.

It is not right to take her as a bonus when she is literally noteworthy.
There exist thousands of tiny dreams inside her heart, which is yet to be watered and allowed to be bloomed.

© Yashica Priya