Last Friday, Lipstick Under my Burkha got released, which is directed & written by Alankrita Shreevastava. In previous years, Rajneeti and Turning 30 also remained in buzz.
“Lipstick Under My Burkha” is women fantasy based film which has created the rivalry between popular feminists and Sensor Board. Yesterday I watched the film, and right after that, I came across the YouTube channel UnBlushed. This channel has a collection of videos in which some feminists have revealed issues faced by women through poems and short stories. But this channel also has criticized male in every possible word.
If people can protest for girls who got criticized for wearing jeans in public. If news channels can condemn those people to see a female with lust when they wear shorts. They are creating issues over every possible thing, from tip to toe, but what about a male?
Leave the girls aside, but even if a boy comes out in boxer outside, people consider it as offensive. When a uncle in his sixty goes out in his T-shirt, people laugh at him with sarcasm. When people see cigarette in boy’s hand, they consider him as a druggy. When we boys give off female reserved sit to any women, people stared us conspicuously like we are going to rape her.
When a boy paid few bucks and cut new hairstyles, he becomes vulgar in their eyes, when we try to help any girls, we get considered as molesters.
When an accident occurs, it feels like we have done a mistake to get born as male. In job hunting, there is 33% reservation for women, but when it comes to go out after midnight, they would say, “People are very bad. We have to be careful.” Is this our women empowerment? Why every difficult tasks are boy’s task? Because we are masculine? Agreed, but then why no one is protesting for them? There are some boys who wants to do such a thing, but they are afraid of society.
It seems like our modernization is limited to our cloths, otherwise we are living in same orthodox society. When a couple get eloped or girl get pregnant before marriage, why men are the only responsible person for this offence? Why our hard-core feminists create partiality? Why can not they understand and accept that female is as responsible as male in such a cases?
On 30th may 2017, 23 year old male got raped and tortured for three days. Where were this media who believe in equality? Why there was a silence on this issue?
Strangely, our society does not even accept rape of male because of myths regarding masculine gender, like
- Male are not vulnerable
- Male always want sex
- Male are less traumatized
- Sexual Orientation
- Male victims are lucky !? (What the hell?)
How absurd this myths are? Don’t you think we need to equality more than this craps of pseudo-feminism ?
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– Translated by : Gkeval98
-Original Post by : Abhijeet Mehta
1. Men can be raped too
2. India Today