I belong to a society where girl children are raised with only one goal in mind to get her married to a decent boy when she grow up, who can take care of her after marriage

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I want to talk and write about journey of all those girls who are still struggling in India for their rights and looking for a home to be called their own. And struggle doesn’t end there for the girl even after marriage it’s on their luck How good or bad boy they got married to and how he ll treat? Why leave it on fate?

https://journeyoffindingselfworth.wordpress.com/2020/08/16/i-am-i

If I’m not fighting for my rights, who will continue to champion for us?

I wanted to document this story because when I have children of my own, I want the world to be better than where it is today. And I also want to be vulnerable about my struggles, because I truly believe that vulnerability can be a source of empowerment for others feeling the same way or going through the same thing.

https://theshortasianfemale.wordpress.com/2020/07/11/hello

Being in this masculine state for prolonged periods tires out a woman, and vice versa a man will feel unwell and out-of-balance by resting in his feminine for too long

Why is there so much contempt for the strong man stereotype and the men who adhere to traditional roles of masculinity? Why are powerful men automatically depicted as all-toxic? Ascribing an attribute like “toxic” to one gender – isn’t that a vast generalisation? Isn’t that … sexism?

https://wisefem.com/2020/06/20/the-soft-male