Tag Archives: patriarchy

Women – You need to keep rocking the boat

Every now and then, I hear my female colleagues mention how hard their life is, managing house and work, along with kids. This becomes frequent when their husband’s fall sick, even a minor cold. Their world stops and they become the babysitter. … Continue reading

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To My Superman!

So my Dad retired last week after approx. 33 years of public service. While I expected him to be a little sad and quiet about it, it was really surprising for me to see him excited and in fact looking … Continue reading

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What would a guy do?

The prelude to this post can be found here which briefs the background story. So one of the friends’ advice in the matter – “A guy in your situation would never think twice. He will do exactly what I am asking you … Continue reading

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Act 1

Change – Lets teach our kids to address not just Dads, but Moms as well with “aap“. Lets not ignore slip ups while addressing Mommys, and pay emphasis that both deserve equal respect. Its common culture that as kids become more comfortable with their mothers, they start using … Continue reading

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