Hi Blogworms, How goes it with you all? Good, I hope. 🙂 I’m back in London now and hope to be here for a while. So, I went shopping (no delays there, haha!) and came across a quirky little book, which calls itself ‘a journal’, and is called My Dysfunctions. Oh wait, we’re online aren’t […]
There is no such thing as a ‘good’ gender or a ‘bad’ gender- we’re all good and bad- a complex mishmash of good and bad values, traits, attitudes, which make us imperfect souls.
Men aren’t above women as women aren’t above men either- we have been designed to perform different functions but that doesn’t mean we supersede each other- we cannot because we are simply not perfect.
Has our beloved Goddess Durga acquired something rather materialistic from us mere mortals- i.e. a brand status?
If ‘Mummy Porn’ can make mega bucks, if several teenage vampire series of books (which has more adult and sexual content that any sensible parent would so desire) can be sold everywhere, why can’t Anastasia Krupnik and her comparatively innocent story takes it’s righteous place on the shelves of bookshops again? If the counter-argument to this is there’s not much of a market, does that mean child-like innocence is ‘not cool’ or worse, ‘not-for-sale’ any more????
How long will it really take for God-Knows-How-Old certain stereotypes to go away, for good? I am, of course, referring to the perennial assumption and assignment of us womenfolk having to get educated, earn a ‘decent/good’ living, cook/clean/sew (in a continuous loop, as mess made by men and others will hardly ever be cleaned up by the messers themselves!), have kids, raise kids, worry for kids, cope with family (both in-tended and extended) and their competitive pressures, maintain friendships, do the grocery shopping, stack the kitchen, attend to guests, etc. (if I have missed anything out, please let me know)? 🙂
Hello there, my blogworms. How goes it with you all? 🙂 After a little thinking, my mind came up with the idea of basing this blog post on what it truly means to be at one with oneself- and what it means to be plain old lonely. There is a clear difference between the two, […]