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Being a woman can be a tiring, thankless job. All the while being surrounded by imagery of goddess, women are taken for granted.
Being a woman can be inherently overwhelming. Despite carrying so much inside, it can be hard to pour it all out on paper. A lot of mine has been drained out of everything. And less of all things is what I get.
I have this deep ache and I think I can’t really get over this. I am extremely exhausted from everything around me. Likewise, I am present but mentally sick.
There are times when I tend to forget things that need to be done, and I end up listening to the lame jibe, ‘You’re good for nothing’. I need an oasis of peace and sanity.
For me, life is an unkind wheel of existence. Everything is biotic yet too shallow, vain, bare, untenanted, devoid, and I beg to assert all the synonyms that can describe my vehement despair.
I was a good woman. Not any more, when hardships were hardest. When jeers were pure malice. I was virtuous and soft.
So now people call me wicked and godless. People really don’t give a fuck about mental health, especially a woman. A woman has to “sacrifice”.
They make it look so normal and surreal. A woman has nothing for herself, but values forgiving and giving over all. She is still in every house that deserves nothing of her.
I want to tell my daughter to be a good human and not a deity. This ends here. With me. Period.
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CW: Mention of Suicidal Ideation and Depression
In the depths of my soul, I am Jessica Care Moore. This is the story of my journey, a tale of resilience and self-discovery that has shaped the person I am today.
From the tender age of 13, I found solace and joy in wearing female clothes. In the secret corners of my world, I would slip into my mother’s garments and gaze at my reflection, my lips adorned with her lipstick. I loved myself as a girl, and that love was pure and unwavering.
In a recent interview, Shahid Kapoor said he finally figured marriage all out. According to him, a woman marries a man to ‘fix’ a messy life!
Shahid Kapoor shared his thoughts on marriage in an interview with Film Companion. He said he finally figured it (marriage) all out. Marriage is how a woman enters a man’s life to ‘fix’ him.
“This entire marriage thing is about one thing: it is that the guy was a mess and the woman came in to fix him. So the rest of his life is going to be a journey of him getting fixed and becoming a decent person. That’s pretty much what life is about.”
But this is not the only problematic thing Kapoor said. When asked about which role of his, Mira Rajput, liked the best – actor or dad, he gave a not-so-funny answer. He said he’s not sure, but he’d hoped she liked some part of him.
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