Posted: 18 April 2016 at 9:10am | IP Logged
Originally posted by TwinMadness
SiRa hugs- 7 including the ones in Ayodhya
Their hugs are so pass by now, doesn't even matter anymore, lol.
More than their hugs, what I find objectionable is their conversations, which are just so damn contemporary and unlike those times.
Sita taking offense to people protecting her is getting so annoying and infuriating. She's like the type of woman today who gets angry if a man holds out the car door for her or pulls out a chair for her in a restaurant. Things that are meant to be a simple polite gesture are taken out of context by so many women today.
I also hated Ram's response that men are weaker and they hide behind a mask of strength.
Why SKR CVs are continuously glorifying women at the expense of men?
If they truly wanted to portray men and women as equal, they would not glorify one of them at lower the importance of the other.
Men and women are equal, and they both have their strengths and weaknesses, and the true feminist recognizes her strengths as well as weaknesses without attempting to appear unconquerable.
Biologically, women are physically weaker than men. It's not a societal thing, it's a biological thing and we're born like that. However, that does not make us any less. Women may be physically weak, but they are mentally stronger than men.
God gave both genders one strength and one weakness. He gave men physical strength and women mental strength. Both are extremely important to survive, and he meant for men and women to both depend on each other when in need. There's nothing wrong with a man protecting his wife/mother/sister from physical harm, just as there's nothing wrong with a woman protecting her husband from mental pain and offering him emotional support.
A woman should understand her limitations and shouldn't let her pride get in the way of accepting help when it's needed.
It's kind of ridiculous how women don't want a man's protection, and yet they blame men when no one defends them from the physical assault of other men. This way, they are driving away the good men out there who want to stick up and protect women, but are given signals to stay away.
Our society is so messed up today, telling women to protect themselves and telling men not to shed a tear. Let men express their emotions and accept the moral support from their women, and let women accept their physical limitations and accept their men's protection when it's needed. There's nothing shameful about either.
The problem is, such disparity rarely existed in the treta yuga. Though it had its own share of problems, the men in those times were emotional and depended on their wives for moral support, and the women did depend on men to protect them from the dangers of society.
The CVs are making a huge mistake by portraying the treta yuga society as the same as the one in which we live today.
Ram and Sita would have never ever had this conversation. They sounded like two modern individuals conversing in today's society.