Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Men and Women in India and Their Differences Quotes

Women empowerment that has been one of the major topic which was used mainly by the difference election parties while election. I don't know whether they mean it or not. There are a lot of differences in the facilities, rights and freedom provided to a boy and a girl in India. The society is the main issue, societies are cared so much in India when it comes to girls issues or equality to boys. And Indian society is the one which will keep girl on a second priority when it comes to enjoy, living life with freedom, obviously boys on first. Indian society keeps girls on higher priority than boys when it comes to blame them for anything. Just read viral quotes about women so that you can know about Indian society and standards which most of the Indians follow::

Girl is no Less than a Boy::
"Tu Meri Beti Nahin, Beta Hai"
A Reinforcement of Patriarchy, Ironically Used as a Compliment For a Girl Who has Made Her Parents Proud By Performing Well.

a Compliment For a Girl Who has Made her parents proud

#Maried Women Quotes:: You can tell by a woman's title whether she is married {Miss And Mrs.}, But not by a man's title {Mr.}; As if getting married is so life-changing for a woman that her identity is changed for all of society to know and approve.

But not by a man's title {Mr.}; As if getting married is so life-changing for a woman

#Respect Girl Quotes:: My sister's boyfriend entered her college and smacked her in her face just below the left eye. Why? Because she was wearing a low-cut top.
My sister's boyfriend entered her college and smacked her in her face just below the left eye.

#Women Quotes:: A relative expressed her concern about my looks, To my mom: "Achha hai ki wo padhai mai thik hai, nahin toh shaadi mai bahut problem aati." (It is good thing she does well at academics, otherwise getting her married off would have been a problem.)

Women Quotes: A relative expressed her concern about my looks, To my mom: "Achha hai ki wo padhai mai thik hai,