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"Guide to a good girl.  1- When I was 5, my maa handed me over the barbie dolls and kitchen sets to play with,  My fascination for hotwheels and beyblades, building blocks and video games, action figures and lazer rifles, to my maa and papa was more or less a cosmological myth. My parents could not digest my leisure time being spent in company of boys and their masculine toys, and as the consequence,  I was made to sit in a room all day, with a stuffed doll and few make up sets in defence. I wanted to run away, from the holes of that dungeon tied to the invisible shackles, as quick as the squirrel,  But i couldn't, i was the good girl. 2- When I was 13, a muscular and stiff man with dense beard and frowned eye brows, animalistic gazes and mysterious intentions,  Reaches out for newly formed budding breasts, and inserts his fingers piercing into my vagina  Leaving no unexplored canyons. He played with me like I was the barbie doll, But I thought cricket and kabbadi were his call. He bruised me like I was the GTA or NFS car, But those red scars, to him were merely victory avatars. I wanted "my brother" to stop, to not gift me this disgust and pain as the rewards of my Rakhies, unable to unfurl,  But i couldn't, I was the good girl. 3- I'm 21 now, and I have few advices for the women of my age, or younger or elder. 1, Do not show cleavage or thighs or shoulders or neck or legs or even your face, For the length of your fabric can even get you raped, just like an 18month infant or an 80 year old lady, following your disgrace. 2, Do not talk to male friends or fall in love with men or buy condoms or go home late, For you can destruct your hormones on pills, or get acid attacked on refusals or get killed in the name of kinship dignity to dilate. Do not smoke or drink or go clubbing,  Do not laugh out loud in public  Do not raise voices against violence by men Do not wait for thirties to get married  Do not disrespect or disobey relatives or in-law Do not break the tradition of indian culture  Do not deny favours to your male bosses Do not abuse in filthy languages and slangs  Do not dream about sexual pleasures and female orgasms Do not rant about education and career and women empowerment  Do not use words like vagina or menstruation or masturbation or male chauvinism  Do not object at being called a characterless or a bitch or a slut or a prostitute or a mistress  Do not utter a word at being touched in several areas of your worshipped and sacred body by a boy, or a man or an uncle.  Do not enclose your identity preserved carefully under the sheathe,  Do not breathe. I am the woman who was  Molested and assaulted,  Gaped and raped,  Smacked and acid attacked,  Objectified and sanctified,  Beaten and auctioned,  Born and died right after  My silenced screams, bruised scars, crushed down soul, ripped apart, are the evidence of my body being handed over in hands of patriarchy, as they conquer. Listen, please follow these rules  However I couldn't,  I shouted and yelled,  I opposed and protested,  I screamed and hurled,  I am, now, the bad girl.  "

Guide to a good girl. 
1- When I was 5, my maa handed me over the barbie dolls and kitchen sets to play with, 
My fascination for hotwheels and beyblades, building blocks and video games, action figures and lazer rifles, to my maa and papa was more or less a cosmological myth.

My parents could not digest my leisure time being spent in company of boys and their masculine toys, and as the consequence, 
I was made to sit in a room all day, with a stuffed doll and few make up sets in defence.

I wanted to run away, from the holes of that dungeon tied to the invisible shackles, as quick as the squirrel, 
But i couldn't, i was the good girl.

2- When I was 13, a muscular and stiff man with dense beard and frowned eye brows, animalistic gazes and mysterious intentions, 
Reaches out for newly formed budding breasts, and inserts his fingers piercing into my vagina 
Leaving no unexplored canyons.

He played with me like I was the barbie doll,
But I thought cricket and kabbadi were his call.
He bruised me like I was the GTA or NFS car,
But those red scars, to him were merely victory avatars.

I wanted "my brother" to stop, to not gift me this disgust and pain as the rewards of my Rakhies, unable to unfurl, 
But i couldn't, I was the good girl.

3- I'm 21 now, and I have few advices for the women of my age, or younger or elder.
1, Do not show cleavage or thighs or shoulders or neck or legs or even your face,
For the length of your fabric can even get you raped, just like an 18month infant or an 80 year old lady, following your disgrace.

2, Do not talk to male friends or fall in love with men or buy condoms or go home late,
For you can destruct your hormones on pills, or get acid attacked on refusals or get killed in the name of kinship dignity to dilate.

Do not smoke or drink or go clubbing, 
Do not laugh out loud in public 
Do not raise voices against violence by men
Do not wait for thirties to get married 
Do not disrespect or disobey relatives or in-law
Do not break the tradition of indian culture 
Do not deny favours to your male bosses
Do not abuse in filthy languages and slangs 
Do not dream about sexual pleasures and female orgasms
Do not rant about education and career and women empowerment 
Do not use words like vagina or menstruation or masturbation or male chauvinism 
Do not object at being called a characterless or a bitch or a slut or a prostitute or a mistress 
Do not utter a word at being touched in several areas of your worshipped and sacred body by a boy, or a man or an uncle. 
Do not enclose your identity preserved carefully under the sheathe, 
Do not breathe.

I am the woman who was 
Molested and assaulted, 
Gaped and raped, 
Smacked and acid attacked, 
Objectified and sanctified, 
Beaten and auctioned, 
Born and died right after 
My silenced screams, bruised scars, crushed down soul, ripped apart, are the evidence of my body being handed over in hands of patriarchy, as they conquer.

Listen, please follow these rules 
However I couldn't, 
I shouted and yelled, 
I opposed and protested, 
I screamed and hurled, 
I am, now, the bad girl. 

#dpf

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Guide to a good girl. 
1- When I was 5, my maa handed me over the barbie dolls and kitchen sets to play with, 
My fascination for hotwheels and beyblades, building blocks and video games, action figures and lazer rifles, to my maa and papa was more or less a cosmological myth.

My parents could not digest my leisure time being spent in company of boys and their masculine toys, and as the consequence, 
I was made to sit in a room all day, with a stuffed doll and few make up sets in defence.

I wanted to run away, from the holes of that dungeon tied to the invisible shackles, as quick as the squirrel, 
But i couldn't, i was the good girl.

2- When I was 13, a muscular and stiff man with dense beard and frowned eye brows, animalistic gazes and mysterious intentions, 
Reaches out for newly formed budding breasts, and inserts his fingers piercing into my vagina 
Leaving no unexplored canyons.

He played with me like I was the barbie doll,
But I thought cricket and kabbadi were his call.
He bruised me like I was the GTA or NFS car,
But those red scars, to him were merely victory avatars.

I wanted "my brother" to stop, to not gift me this disgust and pain as the rewards of my Rakhies, unable to unfurl, 
But i couldn't, I was the good girl.

3- I'm 21 now, and I have few advices for the women of my age, or younger or elder.
1, Do not show cleavage or thighs or shoulders or neck or legs or even your face,
For the length of your fabric can even get you raped, just like an 18month infant or an 80 year old lady, following your disgrace.

2, Do not talk to male friends or fall in love with men or buy condoms or go home late,
For you can destruct your hormones on pills, or get acid attacked on refusals or get killed in the name of kinship dignity to dilate.

Do not smoke or drink or go clubbing, 
Do not laugh out loud in public 
Do not raise voices against violence by men
Do not wait for thirties to get married 
Do not disrespect or disobey relatives or in-law
Do not break the tradition of indian culture 
Do not deny favours to your male bosses
Do not abuse in filthy languages and slangs 
Do not dream about sexual pleasures and female orgasms
Do not rant about education and career and women empowerment 
Do not use words like vagina or menstruation or masturbation or male chauvinism 
Do not object at being called a characterless or a bitch or a slut or a prostitute or a mistress 
Do not utter a word at being touched in several areas of your worshipped and sacred body by a boy, or a man or an uncle. 
Do not enclose your identity preserved carefully under the sheathe, 
Do not breathe.

I am the woman who was 
Molested and assaulted, 
Gaped and raped, 
Smacked and acid attacked, 
Objectified and sanctified, 
Beaten and auctioned, 
Born and died right after 
My silenced screams, bruised scars, crushed down soul, ripped apart, are the evidence of my body being handed over in hands of patriarchy, as they conquer.

Listen, please follow these rules 
However I couldn't, 
I shouted and yelled, 
I opposed and protested, 
I screamed and hurled, 
I am, now, the bad girl. 


#dpf

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"I'M a barbie 👰Girl in the barbie world 👸👰👸 😍💃"

I'M a barbie 👰Girl 
in the barbie world 👸👰👸
😍💃

#Nojoto#Nojotoenglish#Love#Quotes#justapost

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Because you are a man

- you should hide feelings, you are a man
-you should not cry, you are a man
- you should earn higher than girl you are a man
- you should not always stay at home you are a man
- you should offer your seat to women in bus train you are a man
- you should start your career at 24 you are a man
_______

Yeah, if u failed to do so then people would say won't be girlish!! society is always obsessed with women's problems.
...
When a women cries, all rushes to console her, at the same time if a man cries, what would be our reaction? The saddest part is men can't even cry because we stated it as a girlish thing! Whatever suffering women face, we start blaming men.
...
My baby girl is playing with cars instead of Barbie such a bold girl, I am feeling proud of her. oh shit, he is playing with barbie instead of toys meant  for boys I m  feeling bad for him..
...
The bitter truth is men are the creatures who suffered a lot because they can't do whatever they want society already tagged things which are meant for him. gender equality is not hot potato to women alone.
When women want to be social LimeLight and earn big bucks, why can't men want to be homemakers. here we need to brake stereotypes that "women can't be ambitious" and "men can't cook".
....
When society give importance to women it makes men hate women because of some people who uses feminism in wrong way some misunderstood feminism.

why just gender?

we believe nobody should be discriminated on basis of anything I don't know how to many of you are aware of international men's day yes it exists.
...
This would appreciate our men to stand for us and protect us. Even in "NIRBHAYA" CASE she got raped by animals but also there was a man who struggled hard to protect her! don't we agree with this? so please all men are not same. males across the world have no need to feel left out as there is a day to celebrate the kings of Princess in the world yes, I am also one of them!

Idea of gender equality which is more like EVERYONENISM, RATHER THAN FEMINISM.


#OkBye #nojotophoto

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"I'M NOT YOUR BARBIE © SOLANGKI SINHA"

I'M NOT YOUR BARBIE
© SOLANGKI SINHA

Poem - I'm not your barbie
by - © SOLANGKI SINHA
.
.
.
share with your loved ones
LIKE || COMMENT || SHARE ||

#poem #poetry #solangkiss #solatration #poembyme #nojoto #poet #motivation #inspiration

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"Guide to a good girl.  1- When I was 5, my maa handed me over the barbie dolls and kitchen sets to play with,  My fascination for hotwheels and beyblades, building blocks and video games, action figures and lazer rifles, to my maa and papa was more or less a cosmological myth. My parents could not digest my leisure time being spent in company of boys and their masculine toys, and as the consequence,  I was made to sit in a room all day, with a stuffed doll and few make up sets in defence. I wanted to run away, from the holes of that dungeon tied to the invisible shackles, as quick as the squirrel,  But i couldn't, i was the good girl. 2- When I was 13, a muscular and stiff man with dense beard and frowned eye brows, animalistic gazes and mysterious intentions,  Reaches out for newly formed budding breasts, and inserts his fingers piercing into my vagina  Leaving no unexplored canyons. He played with me like I was the barbie doll, But I thought cricket and kabbadi were his call. He bruised me like I was the GTA or NFS car, But those red scars, to him were merely victory avatars. I wanted "my brother" to stop, to not gift me this disgust and pain as the rewards of my Rakhies, unable to unfurl,  But i couldn't, I was the good girl. 3- I'm 21 now, and I have few advices for the women of my age, or younger or elder. 1, Do not show cleavage or thighs or shoulders or neck or legs or even your face, For the length of your fabric can even get you raped, just like an 18month infant or an 80 year old lady, following your disgrace. 2, Do not talk to male friends or fall in love with men or buy condoms or go home late, For you can destruct your hormones on pills, or get acid attacked on refusals or get killed in the name of kinship dignity to dilate. Do not smoke or drink or go clubbing,  Do not laugh out loud in public  Do not raise voices against violence by men Do not wait for thirties to get married  Do not disrespect or disobey relatives or in-law Do not break the tradition of indian culture  Do not deny favours to your male bosses Do not abuse in filthy languages and slangs  Do not dream about sexual pleasures and female orgasms Do not rant about education and career and women empowerment  Do not use words like vagina or menstruation or masturbation or male chauvinism  Do not object at being called a characterless or a bitch or a slut or a prostitute or a mistress  Do not utter a word at being touched in several areas of your worshipped and sacred body by a boy, or a man or an uncle.  Do not enclose your identity preserved carefully under the sheathe,  Do not breathe. I am the woman who was  Molested and assaulted,  Gaped and raped,  Smacked and acid attacked,  Objectified and sanctified,  Beaten and auctioned,  Born and died right after  My silenced screams, bruised scars, crushed down soul, ripped apart, are the evidence of my body being handed over in hands of patriarchy, as they conquer. Listen, please follow these rules  However I couldn't,  I shouted and yelled,  I opposed and protested,  I screamed and hurled,  I am, now, the bad girl.  "

Guide to a good girl. 
1- When I was 5, my maa handed me over the barbie dolls and kitchen sets to play with, 
My fascination for hotwheels and beyblades, building blocks and video games, action figures and lazer rifles, to my maa and papa was more or less a cosmological myth.

My parents could not digest my leisure time being spent in company of boys and their masculine toys, and as the consequence, 
I was made to sit in a room all day, with a stuffed doll and few make up sets in defence.

I wanted to run away, from the holes of that dungeon tied to the invisible shackles, as quick as the squirrel, 
But i couldn't, i was the good girl.

2- When I was 13, a muscular and stiff man with dense beard and frowned eye brows, animalistic gazes and mysterious intentions, 
Reaches out for newly formed budding breasts, and inserts his fingers piercing into my vagina 
Leaving no unexplored canyons.

He played with me like I was the barbie doll,
But I thought cricket and kabbadi were his call.
He bruised me like I was the GTA or NFS car,
But those red scars, to him were merely victory avatars.

I wanted "my brother" to stop, to not gift me this disgust and pain as the rewards of my Rakhies, unable to unfurl, 
But i couldn't, I was the good girl.

3- I'm 21 now, and I have few advices for the women of my age, or younger or elder.
1, Do not show cleavage or thighs or shoulders or neck or legs or even your face,
For the length of your fabric can even get you raped, just like an 18month infant or an 80 year old lady, following your disgrace.

2, Do not talk to male friends or fall in love with men or buy condoms or go home late,
For you can destruct your hormones on pills, or get acid attacked on refusals or get killed in the name of kinship dignity to dilate.

Do not smoke or drink or go clubbing, 
Do not laugh out loud in public 
Do not raise voices against violence by men
Do not wait for thirties to get married 
Do not disrespect or disobey relatives or in-law
Do not break the tradition of indian culture 
Do not deny favours to your male bosses
Do not abuse in filthy languages and slangs 
Do not dream about sexual pleasures and female orgasms
Do not rant about education and career and women empowerment 
Do not use words like vagina or menstruation or masturbation or male chauvinism 
Do not object at being called a characterless or a bitch or a slut or a prostitute or a mistress 
Do not utter a word at being touched in several areas of your worshipped and sacred body by a boy, or a man or an uncle. 
Do not enclose your identity preserved carefully under the sheathe, 
Do not breathe.

I am the woman who was 
Molested and assaulted, 
Gaped and raped, 
Smacked and acid attacked, 
Objectified and sanctified, 
Beaten and auctioned, 
Born and died right after 
My silenced screams, bruised scars, crushed down soul, ripped apart, are the evidence of my body being handed over in hands of patriarchy, as they conquer.

Listen, please follow these rules 
However I couldn't, 
I shouted and yelled, 
I opposed and protested, 
I screamed and hurled, 
I am, now, the bad girl. 

#dpf

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Guide to a good girl. 
1- When I was 5, my maa handed me over the barbie dolls and kitchen sets to play with, 
My fascination for hotwheels and beyblades, building blocks and video games, action figures and lazer rifles, to my maa and papa was more or less a cosmological myth.

My parents could not digest my leisure time being spent in company of boys and their masculine toys, and as the consequence, 
I was made to sit in a room all day, with a stuffed doll and few make up sets in defence.

I wanted to run away, from the holes of that dungeon tied to the invisible shackles, as quick as the squirrel, 
But i couldn't, i was the good girl.

2- When I was 13, a muscular and stiff man with dense beard and frowned eye brows, animalistic gazes and mysterious intentions, 
Reaches out for newly formed budding breasts, and inserts his fingers piercing into my vagina 
Leaving no unexplored canyons.

He played with me like I was the barbie doll,
But I thought cricket and kabbadi were his call.
He bruised me like I was the GTA or NFS car,
But those red scars, to him were merely victory avatars.

I wanted "my brother" to stop, to not gift me this disgust and pain as the rewards of my Rakhies, unable to unfurl, 
But i couldn't, I was the good girl.

3- I'm 21 now, and I have few advices for the women of my age, or younger or elder.
1, Do not show cleavage or thighs or shoulders or neck or legs or even your face,
For the length of your fabric can even get you raped, just like an 18month infant or an 80 year old lady, following your disgrace.

2, Do not talk to male friends or fall in love with men or buy condoms or go home late,
For you can destruct your hormones on pills, or get acid attacked on refusals or get killed in the name of kinship dignity to dilate.

Do not smoke or drink or go clubbing, 
Do not laugh out loud in public 
Do not raise voices against violence by men
Do not wait for thirties to get married 
Do not disrespect or disobey relatives or in-law
Do not break the tradition of indian culture 
Do not deny favours to your male bosses
Do not abuse in filthy languages and slangs 
Do not dream about sexual pleasures and female orgasms
Do not rant about education and career and women empowerment 
Do not use words like vagina or menstruation or masturbation or male chauvinism 
Do not object at being called a characterless or a bitch or a slut or a prostitute or a mistress 
Do not utter a word at being touched in several areas of your worshipped and sacred body by a boy, or a man or an uncle. 
Do not enclose your identity preserved carefully under the sheathe, 
Do not breathe.

I am the woman who was 
Molested and assaulted, 
Gaped and raped, 
Smacked and acid attacked, 
Objectified and sanctified, 
Beaten and auctioned, 
Born and died right after 
My silenced screams, bruised scars, crushed down soul, ripped apart, are the evidence of my body being handed over in hands of patriarchy, as they conquer.

Listen, please follow these rules 
However I couldn't, 
I shouted and yelled, 
I opposed and protested, 
I screamed and hurled, 
I am, now, the bad girl. 


#dpf

5 Love

"I'M a barbie 👰Girl in the barbie world 👸👰👸 😍💃"

I'M a barbie 👰Girl 
in the barbie world 👸👰👸
😍💃

#Nojoto#Nojotoenglish#Love#Quotes#justapost

46 Love

Because you are a man

- you should hide feelings, you are a man
-you should not cry, you are a man
- you should earn higher than girl you are a man
- you should not always stay at home you are a man
- you should offer your seat to women in bus train you are a man
- you should start your career at 24 you are a man
_______

Yeah, if u failed to do so then people would say won't be girlish!! society is always obsessed with women's problems.
...
When a women cries, all rushes to console her, at the same time if a man cries, what would be our reaction? The saddest part is men can't even cry because we stated it as a girlish thing! Whatever suffering women face, we start blaming men.
...
My baby girl is playing with cars instead of Barbie such a bold girl, I am feeling proud of her. oh shit, he is playing with barbie instead of toys meant  for boys I m  feeling bad for him..
...
The bitter truth is men are the creatures who suffered a lot because they can't do whatever they want society already tagged things which are meant for him. gender equality is not hot potato to women alone.
When women want to be social LimeLight and earn big bucks, why can't men want to be homemakers. here we need to brake stereotypes that "women can't be ambitious" and "men can't cook".
....
When society give importance to women it makes men hate women because of some people who uses feminism in wrong way some misunderstood feminism.

why just gender?

we believe nobody should be discriminated on basis of anything I don't know how to many of you are aware of international men's day yes it exists.
...
This would appreciate our men to stand for us and protect us. Even in "NIRBHAYA" CASE she got raped by animals but also there was a man who struggled hard to protect her! don't we agree with this? so please all men are not same. males across the world have no need to feel left out as there is a day to celebrate the kings of Princess in the world yes, I am also one of them!

Idea of gender equality which is more like EVERYONENISM, RATHER THAN FEMINISM.


#OkBye #nojotophoto

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"I'M NOT YOUR BARBIE © SOLANGKI SINHA"

I'M NOT YOUR BARBIE
© SOLANGKI SINHA

Poem - I'm not your barbie
by - © SOLANGKI SINHA
.
.
.
share with your loved ones
LIKE || COMMENT || SHARE ||

#poem #poetry #solangkiss #solatration #poembyme #nojoto #poet #motivation #inspiration

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