From a very early, girls have been taught to hide their bodies. And can’t feel proud and confident for the flaws they have. Instead of being comfortable and happy, they teach them to hide their collarbones picturing the boys as over hormonal. The belief of dress codes putting the male in elevated beam sexualizes the girls with each strap she changes. This not only points to a specific gender, but it also affects the whole wearer’s perceptions.
It’s not new to objectify girls based on the cuts their outfit has or their tattoos. This is prevailing from the generations, raising voices or the clashes inside and outside to live the way she wants choosing the wardrobe she wants.
The textbook she read says, “male-dominated society.” And long contemplating leads to confirming as her shopping bag is full of slits and shorts. But covered with a long gown that only allows the visibility of fingertips.
The more she scrolls, the more she feels dehumanizing insecurity, and is all because of this traditional dress-code way. Asking her to cover to protect the patriarchal mindset and the misogynist is long-gone days in the name of dignity of women.
The points that makes difference. The friend Zone is a toxic mindset.
The belief that is selectable with ethnic dress minimizing the crimes is wrong if you pay the scene from the grassroots level.
The perceptions differ. But criminalizing the thought and enhancing the belief of, she asks it, depending upon the attire is just a filthy practice that we are living. No wonder, her attire may attract attention but that is not only the case. Also, the body language-which is normal to behave. The pervert eye finds anything as seeking and grabbing. And, that is enhanced by the stigma around who finds HER upliftment as threatening the masculine ego.
The silent indoor corridor war and the feminist movement are there. But it’s high time to see from the eye of individuality and set her-him free to choose.
It’s not the females that need to be restricted. Instead, it’s thoughts that are ingrained during upbringing. That resulted in making judgments and shaming and symbolizing. And, making the scene around day-night, restaurant, or anywhere.
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