Saturday, July 20, 2024

The day has changed now

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The day has changed now

A certain question has arisen in you, ‘What is a bad girl, father, I will not marry my son with such girls, even if I pay crores of rupees! However, seeing any container of smoking this cigarette will not change any feeling inside you. I think to myself, oh, if I had such a super duper son-in-law! This is patriarchy. It means that a man has everything he wants but has prohibited the same for a girl. This behavior of girls in your eyes means that she is very bad!!

In a patriarchal society, a girl is equivalent to a slave to a man. How she will walk, what she will eat, what she will wear, what she will say is all determined by men. There is no woman but a man is assigned by God to represent him. That’s why men try to suppress women’s rights by writing religious rules and constitutions at their convenience. He is the prophet, he is the incarnation.

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There a woman is nothing but a mere commodity to a man. I have never seen women glorified in any religious book of the world. The birth father himself, as a man, tries to claim his daughter’s right on behalf of his son. He deprived his daughter of the right to wealth by showing her the rules of religion. Even if a son indulges in prostitution, the son is holy to the father and even to the mother, but the door of the father’s house is forever closed to the daughter engaged in prostitution.

The day has changed now. Rights awareness among women has increased. Because women are becoming educated and independent. Rebellion is rising in them. She is showing that what a man can do, she can also do with a cigarette in her mouth. She no longer silently tolerates men’s oppression of her in marriage. Marriage is not a permanent arrangement by ending the relationship through divorce.

This image is now not only in Western countries but also in Mullah-dominated Bangladesh. When many women of Bangladesh are sacrificing their self-respect and covering themselves in the scorching heat to fulfill the desires of men’s paradise like domesticated animals, Persian women are taking them off and burning them. Because they are also human, why should they obey the barbaric rules of religion made by men?

The days of disenfranchising women are running out. The pride of men’s clothes is fading as it will not last long.

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