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Chafing against the dress codes that insist girls and women dress a certain "appropriate" way, Richa Mukherjee writes what can only be a tongue-in-cheek rant!
"To be a strong woman, you must know how to juggle multiple balls in the air," says Dr Sabyn Javeri in this hard-hitting satire on expectations from women who won't bow to an all-pervading patriarchy around them.
Whether it's Priyanka Gandhi's clothes or Smriti Irani's marriage, it looks like personal remarks against female politicians are the only way their opponents know to counter them.
As women conditioned to second guess ourselves, we are often guilty of seeking approval and validation from others for our actions and choices, undermining our own power.
Crimes against women have been increasing, but also increasingly, women are standing up for themselves and speaking up against this.
Rules in many places still need a child to have a father's name on documents. Let's outlaw this patriarchal compulsion in this day and age!
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