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hmmm... learning to flirt = learning how to talk to women?! I think not!
Learning to flirt is in no way learning how to respectfully talk to women. Is flirting a worthwhile thing to know how to do? Yes, in some situations. Is it something that is relevant in the majority of India? I think not! Probably only in the metropolitans and even then only in the higher classes...
I really am disappointed with how ridiculous some of these MTV shows are... I'm just waiting for a Indian version of Jersey Shore and then the ridiculousness will be complete!
That being said, people that are blaming the interviewer and writer - I want to point out that the topic obviously worked in what it was aimed at doing (getting your attention) - you clicked and read the whole thing after reading the title AND the article has more views than a *lot* of other articles combined. So who's fault is it?! The demand or the supplier?!
No offence but I think I-F put rules on not posting anything related to po*nagraphy. So, whoevr wrote this article shouldnt have published it.
Despite the fact that this woman is scantily clad and enjoys the fact that many men flirt with her and she gets paid for it...she makes a valid point about the fact that men - especially in this culture - need to learn to talk to women, that calling out to her and whistling while she walks is not only disrespectful for her but for them too.
So, as much as you guys are hating on her, you can't deny the fact that she's trying to see this in a positive light and who knows, maybe this will teach a few boys to behave like cultured men and pass this on to their sons and so forth...
Wait a minute. Did i read this interview correctly? Or is she really happy about the fact that Asmit patel is pervert and he behaved accordingly with her ?
I guess what she wanted to say is that due to a culture of strong gender segregation and lack of normal communication between sexes on relationship, there's an increased risk of molestation, harassment and violence in India..That is indeed a valid point..
But the way she put it makes it sound as though there's a correlation between 'proper' flirting techniques and rate of rape..
Need to mention that certain comments here disgusted me - especially the ones that suggest its woman's fault that she's raped/molested because she's wearing less clothes..
This is the worst interview I have EVER read... seriously woman what is wrong with her? she is actually proud of her for doing what?
Before opening your mouth think WHAT are you saying and she seems to have serious brain damage [><]
Seriously... This is worst ever article I read. and even worse is the host and her talks.. I mean something is seriously wrong with her. how much proud she feels about showing of her cleavage and by doing that she thinks is doing better to the society.. cant find strong enough word to narrate what I feel about her and the show. it should be banned big time.
Edited on:09 October 2012 at 1:53pm
Just great! Instead of going after rapists and molestors, celebrities are encouraging them to hit on girls. What a great progress for the country!
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