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  1. You draw ciritisism by your comments like moths are dawn to fire.i have seen it on Twitter and in the blog’s.The main reason it gets blown up as because you find it difficult to accept or counter any view contrary to yours.but nothing has changed in the past ten years so don’t expect it to change anytime soon.
    The funny part is one single male comment (there have been several females also on Twitter) .Makes you crib and write poison quotes against all man kind.its pretty hilarious.but friends who know you won’t dare tell you this in your face fearing your ire or permanent banishment from your friends circle.
    I guess I will get it now for bring so Frank .Commenters sometime hope to beliked by the awesome bloggers they follow.but that would entail blasting men and giving you super sweet compliments all the time.oh well…

    1. @mansplaining: Hey little troll, how wonderful that you managed to type out an entire comment all on your own. Congratulations! Here’s the attention you so desperately seek from me. Now go back to dreaming about a world where you’re worshipped for being you. Good night.

  2. Why do you need a special day and if it does, we, men not doing you a favor, I’d say Idea Smithy. There are too many favors in this world that make men over entitled entities. I think that young man needs to introspect on the history of patriarch and oppression.

    Love the last lines.

    1. @vishalbheeroo: Agreed. Would you believe there are a lot of men who resent even the fact that Women’s Day exists because “arre, men’s day to koi nahin bolta, sab kuch auraton ke liye hi hain”.

      1. I am not surprised looking how men react in my entourage. I have an old uncle in 70s saying women are at the root of all evils. How do you react with such mindsets?!

        1. @vishalbheeroo: With anger, most of the time. But during those rare moments of clarity, with patience and strength. Aggression and hatred both come from a place of fear. Hitting back with the same is counterproductive but there is at least some hope if one is able to respond with patience. I am not able to summon this as often as I’d like to but I’m learning. It’s the way forward for everyone concerned, right?

    1. @vishalbheeroo: Thank you, Vishal. I’m done eating pain on toast for breakfast though. Men who hate women can go on doing that. I don’t need to carry the burden of making them human anymore.

        1. @vishalbheeroo: I didn’t mean that as an attack on you. A lot of us want to change the world. The trouble is with men who will do it at the cost of destroying women and calling it Women Empowerment.

          1. Nopes, I didn’t feel it was an attack but sharing my views. I meant it in a very light way and perhaps, need to slightly alter the way of viewing things. Perhaps, better we change ourselves than the world. Point noted.

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