“Whatever Ram Gopal Varma said is right. I am with him, where he has praised Sunny Leone. I would also like to say that every woman, as said by Ram Gopal Varma, should learn to give pleasure. Women should let go their responsibilities of kitchen and should take coaching classes of how to give pleasure”.
All of us can guess that which ‘Rakhi’ I am talking about. Our very own Rakhi Sawant. But I did not mention the surname because there are so many Rakhis and Rams who believe kind of the same.
We all know that 8th March is celebrated as international Women’s Day where we speak about and debate on topics like women empowerment, equality, feminist, rights and what not. But just think; are we really heading towards any of the issues which we ‘talk’ about?
Empowerment is just a game of thoughts. From the day a girl is born we all know how it is. “Don’t speak loudly, dress gracefully, don’t roam around, return home by eight, bikes are not for you”, and so many things, I know I am forgetting most of them, they are just fed into our brains and after sometime they become so obvious for us that we teach the same to our daughters and it continues.
Our thoughts, the basis of any action have come to reflect that women are timid and it’s just not men but women too.
Should we not just stop for some time and think?
Women are not objects but subjects. Can we please stop reflecting them as objects every now and then? When a sex tape leaks or any recording which may be a part of any film, the first thing that people notice is the woman indulged and she has to live the rest of the days literally counting on her fingers. Why the hell we forget that there was a man too. Is he not involved equally?
When a woman demands or needs pleasure, she is tagged as a ‘slut’ but when men do the same we are just okay with it.
It’s not a fight against men as being feminist has nothing to do with men-hatred but it’s high time that we should take a stand.
Women and men complement each other in every possible way.