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This has to be one of the best posts I have ever read, spontaneous, contextual, written from the heart. You can feel the passion and the outrage oozing from it. This is no superficial protest about politics, rights, or feminism; it is a raging condemnation of a culture which ignores the value of a woman’s education to society as well as to the self esteem of women themselves. There are too many nations on earth where such norms are prevalent yet there are more protests globally about who becomes president of the USA or Britain leaving the EU. This is a far more important issue and Pradita deserves lots more support globally for speaking out, so …… GET ON WITH IT AND SUPPORT!

The Pradita Chronicles

Today I’m angry…. beyond words. I’m furiously typing this on my phone because I don’t want to waste time by going to my laptop, switching it on, logging in and what not and risk losing my chain of thoughts… or my anger.

I’m angry at every parent who dares to show their girl-child that she can dream of real equality. I am angry at every son who thinks that he deserves an educated woman who will quit her aspirations and ambitions just to make him ‘ghar ka khana‘ (home-made food). I’m angry at every girl who listens to such dimwits.

I’ll tell you the source of this anger…

I got off a phone call from a friend who told me she had left her well paying job as a Software Engineer only to reprise the role of a homemaker,becauseno one in her husband’s family supported her work

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