Among the major problems and Diseases that are hindering the growth of India, Anemia is one which is known to all. Despite multiple attempts by the government at improving the condition of anemia in india, the results are disappointing. More than 50 percent of India’s population, majority of them being girls and pregnant women, are anemic.
Let me leave no room for misconception and state with the utmost conviction my character can summon that ‘I am and will always be a feminist’. If my words sound hypocritical, my sincere apologies. My qualifications to comment : grandson of a woman who juggled a household consisting of two daughters, a cow, few chickens …
This international women’s day, our team implied the idea of promoting this year’s theme #pressforprogress and we women voiced our thoughts through this article. We couldn’t think of a better occasion than today to tell you guys about it!
She danced like there’s no tomorrow. Believed in the good of all. Pretended not to take notice of all eyes on her swaying hips. It was obvious, wasn’t it? It was her fault that a man grazed his front against her or that another would block her way in hopes of bumping into her.
“Is this the way girls sit?”
“Theek se baitho, you are a girl.”
“Keep your legs closed, don’t sit like a guy!”
A shout out to all the girls out there!
A woman is the reason that we have men, she is the reason for our existence, she is the bud to every flower. A women should no longer remain synonymous of delicacy and feebleness, for this shows their inability to stand tall and walk with their heads held high. It’s high time her prestige is restored to the same pedestal where it belongs.