A Redditor named @saumyasharmapoo recently posted a thread on "Lessons to learn by Indian women from Rhea Chakraborty's tragedy" which has now become a top post thread on the r/India thread.
She writes about how Indian women should learn to live at her husband or boyfriend's house, as the patriarchy says so. She recommends every girl to have separate finances, do not sacrifice your education, and job for your family. She even insists to not trust anyone with your money. If your husband/boyfriend spends money on you, try to match it as much as you can. Do NOT accept free lunches.
She also includes some more important points for girls out there. She compares the Indian state with an Indian family, as we know, police, media, and politicians do not follow the path of truth. Only money and power can protect you, so she insists you to acquire those.
In the end, she wants every girl to live a dignified life on your own terms. There may come a phase where you have to fight everyone and everything. But it is a price worth paying.
patriarchy kaha se ghussa diya iss case me, its like rss and secularism koi relation nahi hai— Sidharth Gautam (@Sid555Gautam) September 9, 2020
It's going to be so much fun to read men's responses to this - especially the ones making it about themselves.— Mulier Fortis (@faltuspeaker) September 9, 2020
*grabs popcorn* *begins munching loudly*
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