‘Vulnerability’ is probably the first word in the men’s dictionary and the word of the day for every male every day, throughout his life.
“A woman who was involved in the gang theft of the Gupta bungalow was hit and tortured by the police. “Where the hell has humanity gone?”, questioned the women welfare and human rights board”, read the opening headlines of a newspaper. When in the same newspaper in the 4th page “Men who protested for wages reduction were brutally killed by the police for staying out of home after curfew. The brave protester’s houses were compensated with 3000 rs each by the laborer’s board” read the 2*2 column.
When a man comes to the army and dies in war, he is considered a warrior. But the moment a woman makes a film on the struggles of an army lieutenant she’s a warrior too.
A mother single-handedly takes care of her and her child? She becomes the “you have to look at her and learn” types to everyone in the locality. A father, at most of the house, grows up his entire family and still gets blamed every morning for wanting bed coffee at 4:30 a.m.
A man’s shoulders are broader than a woman’s…. well, that doesn’t make him prone to all this kind of abuse.
Women are tortured and raped and there a couple million people to raise awareness on that but how many even know the innocent male being raped too? I’m not here to support the men who rape but to ask justice for those who have been raped.
To all those who think a guy’s life is much more fun and interesting to experience…. think twice.
Rosh and Tanya.
(Girls in the shoes of guys).
Fam, we’re at day 3 of the series. Do let me know if you like this. And don’t forget to tune in tomorrow for chapter 4.
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And until next time……