“A wonderful day to spend among women in leadership” said Rashmi Karthik an attendee of Women #BreakingBarriers Bangalore. Breaking Barriers is now coming to Pune, Panjim, Kolkata, Coimbatore, Chennai. Register now to attend!
Every woman irrespective of her class or status will have her own story to narrate. She doesn’t want to be silenced but wants to share her misery and agony.
Why the people are so judgemental for me
I am a woman in 30,
trying to justify an old story of mine…
Maybe a late post, but not too late to express Neither belong to the media fraternity
Nor do anyone knows me well
Why trying to shut me down
Though I am awake now from within… Let the world know,
what happened with a common girl like me. Why not anyone seems to be interested
to hear my plea…
My story may not be of star status
But it needs to be told…
A common girl can still have a story to tell… Untold misery, unspoken agony
Just listen and awaken yourself…
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