• shakshichoudhary 6w

    I can see a bunch of deluded narcissist walking the streets. I can't help but pity them for their heads are storming with lies that society fed them and they willingly accepted. As I walk I see two girls walking briskly. Well the watch suggests it after the safe hour so better be home safe before predaceous gazes burns you alive. Safety is indeed a limit to our dreams. Every time a girl takes two steps forward it pushes her four back. The sense of superiority is instilled in each fibre of those men's body but all it reflects is false pride. I see a protective brother passing on foul comments on a girl and I wonder if in any sense hypocrisy have a character. It sure doesn't. My bubble of living in a 21st century and having it fair doesn't take long to pop open for showering me with the horrifying reality.
    It wasn't fair women back then.
    It isn't fair now.
    And the future tends to repeat te past because all I see is nothing but glimpses of abuse, patriarchy, disrespect and unequal opportunities.
    False pride can never be kept from falling whereas truth is eternal.
    And the truth is no man is superior.
    Nobody have the right to make someone feel inferior.
    Nobody have the right to snatch ours away.
    Nobody have the right to make us feel uncomfortable.
    No man can ever be the master of a woman.
    The sad reality is that they tend to be.
    Well fuck you and your filthy desires.
    Why do we have to fight for something that is so easily served to you?
    Life is unfair.
    But we are not going to make it easy for you. We will fight back.
    Bold of you to think that we will sit around and watch you crumbling our empire everytime we build a part of it.
    Walk together or don't walk but this time you are not walking ahead of us.
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    Bold of you to think that we will sit around and watch you crumbling our empire everytime we build a part of it.

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