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Why must we pay the price of our happiness and freedom just to live our life according to what is 'expected of us'? We deserve happiness too!
Once you're married, your only introduction will be 'Mrs. XYZ.' All your qualifications will vanish and you'd only be someone's wife.
Society isn't yet ready to accept that even in a 'happy and successful' marriage, there could be a person suffering from mental trauma and domestic abuse.
Often married women are treated like birds in golden cages. They seemingly have it all - gold and money and love but not their freedom!
The recent headline about a man locking up his wife in a bathroom is shocking evidence of the existing deep-rooted patriarchy. How behind are we in the race to equality?
Despite all the suffering, she tries to manage things and accept the new home as hers. But she is rarely allowed to do so because it is her husband's home.
A mama's boy will require you to do everything for him like his mother did before his wedding. But isn't there is a difference between a mother and a wife?
Why are there no trials before one takes the biggest and most important decision of their lives? Why are we still expected to stay in unhappy marriages?
Priyanka Chopra and Sushmita Sen prove that family support can boost a woman's will power and she can be on high heights like these two actresses are.
If a marriage is between a man and a woman, why does only she have to choose between her marriage and career? Why does she need permission for it?
The "period leave" recently announced by Zomato, is a progressive stance towards equality and definitely needs a "shout-out."
Once married, men think they don't need to ask consent from their wives to have sex. Why are we still so confused about women's rights over their bodies?
In the Indian society, marriage and love go hand in hand. If you're married to someone, you have no choice but to love the person. But will you be happy?
Our society teaches a girl from her birth that one day she has to leave her parents' house and go with her husband to his house.
Not every marriage comes with the successful and happily ever after tag. In some marriages, this concept fails. So what does a woman do in such a situation?
Motherhood needs to be an option, not a compulsion. Marriage is not a legal license from society to become a mother. Don't women deserve to make that choice?
Is it wrong if a girl chooses to remain single and enjoy her own company? It may be tough but shouldn't it be her choice - whether or not to marry?
Does a woman have the right to say No to anything which she doesn't want to do? In real, everyday life in a 'traditional' Indian society, I don't think so.
Even today, several women are expected to be able to be able to cook a five course meal for the family after a long day at work. Will it ever change?
After marriage, due to the amount of pressure on them, women find it difficult to adjust. In such cases, is it too much to ask if they want to move out?
In our 'Indian culture', marriage is not considered as between two individuals, but between two families. This leads to the woman often becoming a puppet in most families.
She can earn well, take responsibility of her parents for the rest of their life, can manage doing household chores for which mostly males are dependent on her.
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