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The colour of your skin is not a representation of success. The problem is with THEM and not you.
What do Indian beauty cream ads portray?
For men: having difficulty finding girls? get fair and you will get girls
For women: having difficulty With respect to man/career/writing/commentary/radio /cooking/ Kids/ and lets dig at every other insecurity you face—> get fair
The irony is that according to researchers >80% of women believe that fairness=success
Always remember: a person who judges you by your appearance, their whole education and so called modernity is a waste. An educated and moreover a good person would never judge anyone on the basis of external cues. The problem is with THEM and not your colour.
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