Women also do better yet men stand half of the women efforts in achieving goals!
What is reluctant?..
Discussion women is a topic for me I can never get tired to write..(being one of the huge parts of the community). I just had a chance to encounter an original series of Netflix “BOMBAY BEGUM”. I couldn’t resist myself to write on it favorably one of the topics I admire to write and situations are absolutely defined.
I acknowledge the centuries turn into decades and decades turn into year’s and here we are with a progressive society with strong women include myself (still in process) and I can’t agree anymore ….
But what about women suppressed to endeavor goals
Entrepreneurship, subordinate, struggler, and all of it a whore are few aspects of a women’s life that require to be illuminating.
Women undeniably needs to put extra effort into attaining their desired goals and society is repleting with these instances. I happened to correlate my views with the characters of the series.
The story goes around a few women included in a race of culture, corporate, entrepreneurship, and precisely creating their own identity.
Women achieved things and can do better than men on prestigious positions
Starting from the mainstream woman Rani who is CEO in a famous bank. A woman in her middle aged striving hard to sustain herself on her position..
A position becomes more vulnerable when it is associated with a woman in a society centered around the male ego system.
Rani dealt many ordeals of life for the status she wanted herself to be able. Having two kids(from her husband)she is simultaneously thriving to maintain house and her profession. What else she has to face !
Do subordination give a licences to men to harass women
Ayesha a joyful young ambitious girl with dreams of becoming CEO of this so-called hallow corporate business is working as subordinate to Rani. She is all geared up to change her department and work under the Deputy Head of the bank (successful charming figure).
To be subordinate in work is a crime?? Well everyone has to take a start from the scratch so does Ayesha. Women don’t need to pay for it. Women do are as liberating as men and when it’s a No it’s a No.
I say we women can relate to…
Having a pretty face and sexy body gives license to a mentor to molest her student?
A concubine cannot be permitted to change her dirty profession?
LILY (LAKSHMI)a slut surely has no status in our society rather we defy her existence . Lily spent a huge part of her life in paid dancing and selling every bit of her body for the survival of her and her son (whom she is dreaming to be a respectable man of society one day). For women dealing with a dirty business rather impossible to get herself out of this shit and start a respectable life and yes we can’t agree more on it .
U want me to speak now well it’s not what I want it’s rather my right to speak…
There is one thing common amongst these women they all wanted to take a stand for their life against all the suppression they know they would face..
Politicizing Rani career, coerce Ayesha to do a sexual job with her mentor to leap her career, suppressed Lily’s desires to be a respectful person by ashes her all efforts. These are all practical examples we sadly see everywhere in our progressed society.
To talk about me to movement, one acknowledged to speak about molestation, physical harassment and sexual threats from the men in any hierarchical structure office, school, University,bank or whatsoever..
So women can do better just like men with the same effort if they are not targeted in accomplishing their dream jobs in any structure….