Tiny things like having a son/ daughter/ wife of option in offical forms is moulding mindsets to consider a man the most important.
What happens to a father when his daughter reaches the 'ideal marriageable age?' Does she become a burden to him along with the society?
Women should be able to be the way they want to be, do things they have dreamt of doing. This should not be 'allowed' to women by in-laws or anyone else - it is a right.
Is our society with its so-called culture that we like to show-off to the world, designed in a way that we refuse to accept our sons and daughters at par with each other?
Rajiv Jha, a member of Rashtriya Hindu Yuva Vahini’s Goa unit filed an FIR against Shilpa Singh, a political science professor in a law college in Goa, for questioning marital symbols.
Letter from a daughter in law: Let’s not argue, fight, and show off who is better. Let’s be supportive in our respective new roles instead, and enjoy our life.
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