Are You A Feminist/Anti-feminist??

Why I’m a feminist…

  • I’m a feminist not because of my views/opinions, only because it feels so cool to poke people over senseless things and no one can speak against me (because you know am a feminist!)
  • I like people to see myself as someone very oppressed and victimized (even though am not) just to play politics and to grab one or two opportunities.
  • I don’t fight for equal rights. I fight for superior rights.
  • I can do whatever I would like to do (no matters its legal or what) because am the flag bearer of feminism and can stop you from enjoying even your basic human rights because you are a man!
  • I can mock and make comment on anybody, anytime because am equal (actually superior) and its my right to express things but you cannot say a thing about any women because its sexist (its not btw!)
  • I will ask for reservations and quotas wherever it is possible to make things easy for me and I guess it wouldn’t be that tough (because FEMINISM is my weapon!)
  • I know I have got equal rights and the world is really not that bad for me but sorry, feminism is my bread and butter and you have no right to snatch that!

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Why I’m anti-feminist…

  • I’m an anti feminist because I cannot tolerate women having equal accesses and rights.
  • Strong woman makes me feel insecure and weak
  • Feminists are challenge to my masculinity
  • Ruling over women is my birth right and none of you can change that
  • I do believe, that the women are sent to the world only because they have to serve all the men and am not ashamed of that.
  • I beat and assault women, because its my responsibility to save women from getting out of their limits.
  • I like to live in the world where women are objectified
  • I enjoy the fact that men are preferred in the workplace because women have or might have children in the future
  • I love the way women are portrayed in computer games, comics  and movies.
  •  I would like to respect women but sorry assaulting them is the only way for me to feel superior and privileged!

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Why I’m none…

  • I’m neither a feminist nor an anti-feminist because I don’t look up to humans as men or women but as other human.
  • For me the rights of all the human beings should b entertained irrespective of gender or any other bias.
  • The one who is at fault, should get the punishment be it a man or woman.
  • I don’t believe in playing victim for my benefits.
  • I don’t believe that anybody is inferior and thus don’t assault others to prove my point.
  • I Respect you and expect the same.

whats your take on this?

 

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Racism and Making America Great Again

Yesterday, an Indian man was killed (and two injured) after this american lad shot him dead at a bar at Kansas (U.S.). This was not some regular attack but purely was a racist one, where this killer yelled “get out of my country” before shooting the victim. It really shook the people back at home in India. This is how India’s foreign minister responded –

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I don’t know if the newly elected POTUS should be blamed for all the recent racist attacks or this racism was always there, but Trump surely has never criticized any single racist attack! Being the president of a country which has a rich heritage of embracing people from all over the world , a responsible behaviour is always expected.

I’m really sorry for the man who attacked the victim, had he known the contribution of India in the US economy, he would never have done this. He and people like him should be aware of  the following facts before yelling again!

As many as 12% scientists and 38% doctors in the US are Indians, and in NASA, 36% or almost 4 out of 10 scientists are Indians. 
If that’s not proof enough of Indian scientific and corporate prowess, digest this: 34% employees at Microsoft, 28% at IBM, 17% at Intel and 13% at Xerox are Indians.

With a whopping 29.4 per cent increase, a record high of 132,888 Indian students studying in the US in 2015/16 academic year contributed $3.6 billion to the US economy, (according to a new report).
Imagine a US with no Indians and u ll know! and why only Indians , but everybody else too, who come from all over the world and contribute to the progress of the states, imagine the US without  them and you ll have nothing but regret!

America has made this progress only because of its heritage and power of adaptability and how it has the opportunity for everyone irrespective of color, gender, and nationality. America has always been welcoming and has embraced people from all over the places. No one should forget that the power of America doesn’t lies in its nukes but in its unity! Don’t let anybody ruin that.

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Like the Trump says, Lets Make America Great Again! How I wish, Trump knew the meaning of Greatness!

When does a women in India finally settles down?

This other day I went to my friend’s house for a house party. There was this uncle, whose daughter used to be my senior back at school, she was a popular and very known student of the school because of her constant excellent performances in academics. I asked uncle about his wellbeing, everything is fine beta (son), its only that my daughter is not settling down with her life. I wondered as I knew that she is very successful and is working in a top firm. Uncle she is already very successfull. no? ya but she has to marry and can finally get settle down with her life. I was wondering again!

Really? I mean the same uncle had two sons and they too weren’t married, but he was not worried about his sons (may be because they still had time and for them works should always be a priority over marriage) . Why does we take this as a normal thing and nobody talks about this! why for a person with same age and status is supposed to have different priority just because they share different gender?? aren’t we very hypocrite? ohh who am asking to? Yes we are!

This thing is so uprooted in our society that even a top journalist(who is supposed to have an intellect mind) like Rajdeep Sardesai doesn’t feel weird in asking sexist  question to a very successfull sportswoman. On air with Sardesai, Sania Mirza (a famous Indian tennis player) was asked about motherhood and settling down and she couldn’t keep her calm for obvious reason, Sania gave a perfect reply to Rajdeep and got an apology. Here is how the conversation happened :

Sardesai: Amidst all the celebrityhood, when is Sania going to settle down? Is it going to be in Dubai? Is it going to be in any other country? What about motherhood… building a family… I don’t see all that in the book, it seems like you don’t want to retire just yet to settle down.

Mirza: You don’t think I’m settled?

Sardesai: You don’t talk about retirement, about raising a family, about motherhood, what’s life beyond tennis is going to be…

Mirza: You sound disappointed that I’m not choosing motherhood over being number one in the world at this point of time. But I’ll answer your question anyway, that’s the question I face all the time as a woman, that all women have to face — the first is marriage and then it’s motherhood. Unfortunately, that’s when we’re settled, and no matter how many Wimbledons we win or number ones in the world we become, we don’t become settled. But eventually it will happen, not right now. And when it does happen I’ll be the first one to tell everybody when I plan to do that.

Sardesai: I must apologise, I framed that question very badly. I promise you, you’re right, I would never ask this question to a male athlete…

Mirza: I’m so glad, you’re the first journalist to apologise to me on national television.

 

Sania being a strong and successfull lady gave a befitting response (which is very apllausable) but what if the same question was asked to some other girl, how would she have replied?? in the same manner as Sania did? well I don’t think so.

No doubt things have been changing but still we have to go a way ahead.

whats your take on this whole issue?

PS : My friend ‘N Mohan’ wanted me to write on this issue and I would like to thank her for making me think about the matter. thanks ! 🙂

 

watching TV in India

If you are a foreigner and somehow happens to watch any content on Indian TV channels, you would be disappointed for sure! We really sucks in our TV content, be it the soap-operas or news channels or whatever. Indian TV serials have bad name all over the world and they deserve that. It doesn’t matter which channel you are watching, you ll always be seeing the same old story and they all have the similar plot with two women fighting over some silly reasons. Was it always the same? err I don’t think so! remember when we too used to have some quality shows back in the time?? we had our own jasoos Karamchand, then there was our very 1st super hero Shaktimaan and then there was this story of a common man struggling over counters (Office-Office). Even Ekta Kapoor had something good in her purse (Hum Paanch). But things changed like never before, instead of growing in quality and coming up with new concepts, TV shows started getting frustrating and everything got ruined over time. If this was not enough and all, different news and media houses decided to air craps. this would perhaps only be in India where people not just only watch news with title “Alien ne kiya ladki ka apharan” but also believe them!

And whose fault is this?

This is the time when even if household women are given a chance to select something quality over present craps, chances are 99% that they would choose to continue watching Saas-Bahu and ghatiya crap! a graduate men would rather watch a masaledar alien news than an educational show on National Geography. no?

We have become used to it and our mind can no longer appreciate a quality show. there is a reason indian channels dont come up with something like’The Simpsons’ and ‘Breaking Bad’.

what do you think? how can the things be changed??