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The world ahead of me: layers of prejudice

Sangeeta Sahay

His son is the focal point of his life for the businessman who is rich in wealth, whose most time is spent in the association of the sisters and the inclusion of tenderness and sentimentality in his nature due to his reading of life in his affectionate shadow. Looks like. However, the same thing makes his father worried.

He wants his son to be full of the virtues of domination and masculinity and this is reflected in his common behavior. They keep advising him to consume more and more pleasure and spend time outside the house with his fellow colleagues because according to him, men look good outside the house. A man who lives indoors and spends more time with his mother, sisters, and wife and exhibits talkative sentiments becomes called weak or ‘mauga’.

Actually, the word for a man or a boy is a prevalent term in our society, especially in rural societies. It can be placed in a group of Bhades words. Generally, this analogy is given to such men, whose behavior, temperament, likes and dislikes, etc., are considered by the male society and innocent. If there is a feeling of tenderness in the behavior and behavior of a man while watching movies, reading stories, or any such thing that touches his mind, such things can bring tears to his eyes or say If he cries, the men around him adorn him with the noun ‘Mouga’.

However, women with a patriarchal psyche also consider such men to be weak. Even those who spend most of their time at home, apart from their work, abstain from mishaps like alcohol, cigarettes, avoid unnecessary fights or other antisocial activities, befriend women and bewilderment and wife Respects the decisions and rights of the people, they are also given similar status in the society many times. A large section looks at such boys or men with a sense of mockery and hijraat. They are also given the noun of weak and weak. At the same time, they are considered free from manhood.

It is strange that a man being equipped with a sense of equality and sensitivity towards women is seen as the opposite of manhood. To know this context more deeply, one needs to understand in which contexts manhood is seen in our society. Masculinity means masculinity, masculinity, and bravery. It is an adjective of the word man.

One meaning of the word masculine is to crush, crush, male, male, etc. Often, in the structure of our society, it is placed in the man’s groove, who does not care about anyone, who has a habit of winning by doing anything, which is the only dusk in memory of his wife and who believes that The role of the woman is the same as that of the obedience of the husband.

Also, most of his time is spent outside the house, in squares, liquor and paan shops, confidants of alleged friends, etc. A large section of the society declares a man who is adorned with all these qualities as a true man. In such a situation, it is natural for people who have made appropriate, uncomfortable, and gimmicky facts acceptable and valid, to be synonymous with degrading and humiliating a spontaneous behavior.

It is worth noting that in our society, a word for a woman also comes – ‘Mogi’. But this woman is synonymous with the word. It can also be called the feminine form of feminine gestures. Women have accepted it very easily without any negativity. Now in such a situation, a natural question arises in the mind that why two different people of the same word have seen and understood the two different gender in so many different forms?

How is equality and sensitivity towards women or a little feminine gesture synonymous with someone being inferior? Why does a man consider a woman inferior? Are the above conditions not merely obstructing the actual social and mental development of men trapped in a vicious cycle of deceptive biological superiority? Does the question also arise whether in the race for the attainment of false pride, prapanchal-filled power and power, its endless hunger and Lipsa, a large part of this class is not pushing itself in the fire of mental backwardness? The question is appropriate and worth considering, so there is a need to pause once.

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