Does it mean you can torture men with any women rights or with your women empowerment group? then you have the wrong idea of Feminist. Feminist doesn’t mean you are above men. It means we stand for the equality; it means we wanted to be treated as same as men. It means we want equal workspace, equal salaries, and everything equal. Nobody should take advantage or taken as granted of us because we have a pair of boobs and a vagina. We do not want to be treated special. Other than having different genital organs there is not much difference between men and women. Don’t treat us as we are weak.
A woman who harasses her husband by filing a false accusation against him, tortures him and then fight for his money and then drain him off and then portrays herself as feminist and saying she is fighting for her rights, does this really sound like a feminist? Being born as a man or women is nobody’s fault. But getting treated like a victim only happens with women. Has anyone heard of a male victim or anyone even considered men are also wrongly convicted because women portray them wrongly? Have we ever thought from all the perspectives? Isn’t it time we start thinking about it? A victim is always a victim irrespective of gender.
Being feminist doesn’t mean I am going to fight for a fried fish, or I pick and choose only cases that could give me media reach. I choose to remain with whoever is the victim. And I choose not to discriminate with gender or genitals. Feminist doesn’t always have to be a woman. It can be a woman, a man or a transgender. It’s about how you think above boobs, vaginas and penises. These are not the guidelines of being a feminist. Me and my husband are feminists. We treat each other equally. We cook together, take care of our kids equally, do everything equally. So why is it so tough to think that way. Don’t you think our kids should start learning about how to treat everyone equally. Shouldn’t we start it from our home? Aren’t parents responsible how their kids think
This is how we change the world. It should be our next step. Building up future means, we should be able to make them understand a ‘NO’ is always a ‘NO’ let it be a girl or a boy. Make them realize how important it is to be treated equally.