Thursday, May 26, 2005

One more day of training.

Finally we have a lady instructor today. A typical sweet and shy UP girl who has forced herself into jeans and top. Its like sita pretending to be gita. Neways I do not have any rights to pass on any comments on anyone in this public forum. Looks at me once in a while hoping tht i would be listening. But I am trying my best to write some entertainment material for you. One thing I am really good at, i can pretend to be attentive very well.Ooops.......not always....just got caught....Gawd writing a blog is much more dificult thn writing a piece of code. You need to be creative, have a good grip on language, a tinking mind and god knows wht not. For coding all you need is google.
Getting back to original topic. Its really extremely difficult being a girl that too an Indian girl. If she tries to be simple, u'll term her as old fashioned. If she tries to be mod and hip hop, she'll be seen just as a sex object. Being a bit vocal about bold topics will turn her pervert. And a shy girl is a 'behanji'. But girls are damn consistent about one thing. They always try to be someone else. They want to be lustlessly respected because they are 'Avtar' of 'Durga', a true trait of a traditional indian girl. At the same time they want all men gaping at them as we gape at Pamela Anderson Lee or Mallika sherawat or anyother bombshell from any corner of the planet.This is new face of the same girl. Its like 'Sati Savitri' playing 'Menaka' or taking a more recent example, 'Late Nirupaa Roy' trying to walk on ramp in a bikini. Terms like globalization and opening boundries have created an identity crisis for indian females. So where does this 'sexy sati' go from here. God only knows.....go ask him. The class is over an hour back....and i m calling it a day now.

2 comments:

LoonyTalk said...

"They always try to be someone else. They want to be lustlessly respected... At the same time they want all men gaping at them as we gape at Pamela Anderson Lee or Mallika sherawat or anyother bombshell from any corner of the planet."
Humor apart, I wonder how you escaped the wrath of the readers for such crass characterization of women! :o Vaise, humor is an easy way to vent out personal opinions... So you can't completely dissociate yourself from the contents.

Vibhash Prakash Awasthi said...

well...i find these modern day gals to be the most confused lot....generation before thm was much better and focussed