Should I Need To Say Anything Else !!!
All this started since I encounter this news after the election results were declared.. I was upset with this sort of journalism but I was more upset and terrified with the fact that with whom I am surround with because people were liking this sort of news very much..
But as an ordinary citizen with all my personal problems I ignored it… Just like we often do unless it has something to do with our interest.
But after looking this fb post, I couldn’t resist myself.. What is this?? Is this we all are so proud of ??.. This cannot be tolerated under the veil of appreciation…
I wanted to post this on to my Facebook Wall but then one of my friends send me a picture..Trust me, it brought more pain to me !! Though she didn’t mean that !!
She forwarded this picture to me saying this to be a Desi joke!! She just wanted me to take things lightly.. But I failed, because I found that we have taken things lightly for so long !!!
I wish I could translate it’s exact meaning with its essence .. Well, for those who have little problem in understanding Hindi… it means ” what should I do?? Dance?? “
So this expression is not a joke as the joke lies somewhere else. The joke lies in the attitude of people who are least interested of what others want to say, unless it had anything to do with them.
This indifference was not there decades ago. This is a serious issue preferably neglected !!
We all know that each of of us possess this animal within us but is it necessary always to make it so evident every time.
Look at this picture… I have just taken a screenshot… (My love taught me this a year ago)
Merin Joseph, Assistant Superintendent of Police of Munnar, Kerala, took to Facebook to share her disappointment at a sexist listicle done by a Hindi daily, titled “10 Most Beautiful IAS and IPS Officers In India”.
“Have you ever wondered why we never see a list of the most handsome males in the IAS and IPS?” she asks..
In her Facebook post —that has since gone viral on social media — she blames the Indian press, “especially vernacular” for the objectification of women, and how the measure of a woman’s self-worth is her looks. “These are bold and brave officers working in the complex bureaucratic system in India, negotiating their way through the good , bad and ugly of our body politic- and here we have a list of officers whom people can ogle at,” she writes.
This needs to stopped !!
Loads of love and respect for my love.
P.S. Wanted tho post something interesting but somehow I end up with this.. I’m sorry !!