Porn kerala

23-Nov-2016 21:03

In a state where Communism (whatever its avatar today) thrives, where women work just as hard as men, ­if not harder, to sustain their families, the incongruity of the existence of male chauvinism and blatant patriarchy worries and fascinates me.

If educated and financially independent women struggle for justice, safety and equality, then what hope do those without the above­ mentioned privileges have? Young women, and sometimes not-so-young-women get flashed at regularly.

With a society that’s arguably progressive and educated, ­ Kerala is a place where this structure sustains patriarchy.

Laying that down as a context, I shall zoom out a little, and look at the larger Kerala with its rich, textured, and varied ethnic groups, and communities.

Haridas wore sleeveless clothes, body­con dresses, knee­length shifts, off the shoulder blouses, see­-through ensembles, stuff that no anchor had worn on Malayalam T. hitherto; she experimented with her hair with high glamour; she didn’t shy away from adventurous make up; she wore exactly what her free little heart desired, and she did it with confidence, not letting criticism against her clothing, or her speech, cramp her style in the least bit.

Men kept hating, she kept working, laughing all the way to the bank in her designer high heels.

She was in stark contrast to the Malayalee TV presenters, who had bored the hell out of viewers till then.

These women wore a look of innocence, a certain freshness one associates with the .

Laying that down as a context, I shall zoom out a little, and look at the larger Kerala with its rich, textured, and varied ethnic groups, and communities.Haridas wore sleeveless clothes, body­con dresses, knee­length shifts, off the shoulder blouses, see­-through ensembles, stuff that no anchor had worn on Malayalam T. hitherto; she experimented with her hair with high glamour; she didn’t shy away from adventurous make up; she wore exactly what her free little heart desired, and she did it with confidence, not letting criticism against her clothing, or her speech, cramp her style in the least bit.Men kept hating, she kept working, laughing all the way to the bank in her designer high heels.She was in stark contrast to the Malayalee TV presenters, who had bored the hell out of viewers till then.These women wore a look of innocence, a certain freshness one associates with the .I regularly hear women in my age bracket say if they wear a (moderately) low­cut blouse with their sari, their husbands will has then crossed over to the slut territory.