Dear men,
Do you remember starting this fight for equality together?Β  A fight that demands no caste, creed or religion gets any privilege.

We’ve been fighting against corruption together. You’ve been fighting for our rights with us. We’ve been raising our voices against injustice together.
But what do you get in return?
This sounds deceptive but the country has been partial towards us, the women. We are by birth crowned privileged and we defeat you in a fight that is meant to be both of ours.
I know you want to be treated equally so bad and the fact that females have never been treated indifferently might sound disturbing. We don’t mean to change pathways or step back. We are still fighting together and we will continue to do so. But all of this has been a myth so far!
For a woman knows that nothing actually matters. She knows that she’ll not be treated according to the societal divisions or all the reservations we’ve been fighting for.

She knows that she is equally unsafe , no matter what.

Yours truly,
A justified woman in your unjustified world.

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  1. This is a great masterpiece, and I wish the whole world could see it..

    1. Thank you so much. I’m glad you felt so about my humble piece of writing.

  2. well written and well justified!

    1. Thank you. I’m glad you liked it! πŸ™‚

      1. πŸ™‚

  3. OMG! Yes, each and every word. Thank you πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you for reading πŸ™‚

  4. Sweat,
    Interesting perspective with women’s rights.

    1. Thank you for the appreciation Alicia πŸ™‚ How’s Dave?

      1. Your welcome. You are so sweet to ask. He’s doing better.

        1. Stay blessed πŸ™‚

    2. She is water.
      Powerful enough to drown you
      soft enough to cleanse you
      deep enough to save you.

  5. beautiful and mind changing article.

    1. Thank you. I’m glad you like it. πŸ™‚

      1. Its great

  6. loved by a supreme being
    or a parent
    hopefully more
    yet less is fine as well
    y to x
    left side
    other side of sky

    1. Thank you for stopping by and appreciating. I’m glad you like it. πŸ™‚

      1. it is to differ. so write on write!

  7. I like your letter/post – you make me think!

    1. Thank you for stopping by and appreciating. I’m glad this made you think! πŸ™‚

  8. This is so true. The equality of men and women seems non-existent. Great post. Check out my latest posts when you have the chance. πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you for stopping by and appreciating. I’ll definitely check out your posts right away. πŸ™‚

  9. Beautifully said Sweta… πŸ™‚
    Your words are elegant and powerful!

    1. Thank you for the appreciation Fioza. I’m glad you like it. πŸ™‚

  10. I read your few posts and they were amazing. Your writing style, the way you play with words in commendable.

    1. Thank you for stopping by and kind words of appreciation. I’m glad that you read and like my humble pieces. πŸ™‚

  11. just one word for this state of affair- “patriarchy”!

    1. I agree. Thanks for reading.

  12. Great words…. But, Hey woman, where the century talks about equality and similarity, and when most of us have anyways accepted the fact…. Then now there just a physical difference left, and nothing else….. And then when when the world accepts the fact that women are stronger then men, then why are you behind this myth…..

    1. Hello Steve.
      Thank you for sharing your view. This post however is a sarcastic comment on the fight for equality in terms like caste and creed. It is a sarcastic reference to us women being unsafe irrespective of our caste. For me, the fight is baseless when we do not stand for the safety which should be our first priority. Also, I as a woman do not wish to be called superior and I count men as greater support for us to be equal in today’s world.

      1. Offcou…..that’s what I said in simple English☺☺,

        1. Glad that you agree. Stay blessed. πŸ™‚

  13. Truly said! No matter how strongly everyone say that women have equal rights as men they are not treated equally and I dont know when will be that morrow in which our species(women) will enjoy the real freedom..

    1. Either we are given special rights or are deprived of basic ones. Law should be equal. I totally agree. Thanks for sharing your view. πŸ™‚

      1. My pleasure!πŸ˜„

  14. It’s the struggle that has been going on for ages and ages
    Struggle for respect
    Struggle for honour
    Struggle for acceptance and respect of feelings

    1. How I wish , we wish it were just as simple for all of us. The worst however is the struggle for safety. Only if each one of us were treated as human and not men or women.

      1. Absolutely 😊

    2. Also, thanks for sharing your view. πŸ™‚

  15. ‘Justified woman in your unjustified world’ amazing!

    1. Thank you. I’m glad you like that. πŸ™‚

  16. Very well written and properly justified. Nice post Sweta.

    1. Thank you so much. I’m glad you like it. πŸ™‚

  17. wow… no words for this wonder…

    1. Thank you. I’m glad you like it. πŸ™‚

  18. nice post. well written…but things are improving and will only get better…

    1. Thank you. In equality terms , yes we are improving but safety is still far away. Thanks for sharing your view. πŸ™‚

      1. so true (regarding safety)..high time we (the entire society) wake up and take some bold steps to ensure/improve safety for all.

  19. nicely written Sweta.
    My two cents on this topic –

    1. Thank you Shruti. I’m glad you like it and I’ll read your post right away. πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing.

  20. If we ever met I will welcome you in such a way that you will feel day I want my autograph too

    1. Oh that’s something every guy I know of is good at. All the people I meet , I know how men take stands and I’m glad to meet real nice people here in the blogosphere too.
      And about the autograph, too kind of you to ask for. That’s a definite point. πŸ˜€ Stay blessed.

      1. Where do you live,I mean in which city from India?

        1. Kolkata.

          1. OK I live in Nagpur

          2. I have 2 elder sisters and mom…Dad passed away 22 years ago

          3. Hey there ! You can always drop me a text through any of my social media links. I do believe this ain’t the right platform for a conversation.
            Nice to know about you though. Take care. πŸ™‚

          4. Yep you are right but I have to first find you in other social platforms..Have you written link in any of your earlier posts?

          5. You can find the links in the home page of the website or if you have a message to share , you can also mail me at – [email protected]

          6. OK sure

          7. What about you?

  21. That’s what I’ve been saying for many years and I have a poem about it

    1. Oh that’s great. I’d love to read the poem. Thanks for reading. πŸ™‚

      1. I’ll send it to you. Right now I’m so tired. Haven’t slept in several days. I got a lot on my mind

        1. Sure. Take some good rest. Stay blessed. πŸ™‚

          1. Thanks Sweta ! I’m going to fall out now . You too dear. Stay blessed and stay the way you are . Just be you .

  22. […] equality, feminism and women always. While I speak of the unjustified world in the posts : ‘A myth so far!‘ and ‘You and I provoke his […]

  23. It is highly justified that you have so many followers. You say things directly and well elaborated. You have a great writing and write with passion.

    1. Thank you very much. I love how you’ve observed my passion and the honesty I try to bring in. I’m absolutely blessed to have people read my work. One of which, includes you! Thank you. 😊

  24. Your words are as beautiful as you! Thank you for stopping by and following my blog…or else i wouldn’t have found you πŸ™‚
    Saw that you debuted a novel. would love to read it!

    1. Hello there!
      Thank you so much for the lovely compliment. It’s a pleasure to connect. Yes, I have a novel published under my name. I’d soon incorporate the links to where you find it to my site here. You may check that out next week. Thank you. Stay connected. ☺

  25. Though I agree with what you have written, but I don’t understand why you have to beg for something which is already yours.. I mean just so that you don’t become a pariah in the society, you accept the atrocities meted out by the society. Ironic, isn’t it ? All said and done, know that I am still a vocal supporter of equal rights ✌
    And yes, well written πŸ‘ŒβœŒ

    1. Hello Shrey.
      Thank you for your comment here. While I do understand what you intend to speak on but I am myself of your opinion. Why’d I beg for something which is already mine? I clearly don’t and I never would. It is a blog post that just reflects how there’s one fight that ain’t going equal.
      Also, I know of men who are better feminists than most of the women I know of, so I definitely understand your support for equal rights.
      It is just a reflection on the situation not that I encourage any women in this entire world to beg for what we is already ours. It’s just a message of concern to men like you who are fighting for us too, but all in vain.
      Thank you. I’m glad you shared your thoughts. ☺

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