Namaste bitches my ass!

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I see a lot of it, stamped on shirts, on people’s social media and more. I hear women calling each other bitch as if it was some sort of cute loving way to talk to your best friend. I cringe. Do we not get this? Do we not get our responsibility as women to always raise the bar, to always enhance each other, to always, always support? And yet we do this, we agree to play roles on music videos, TV shows and commercials that clearly makes us the bitch, the object, the pretty girl with no opinion. Then we go on complaining about the way we are treated by men, about rape, inequality and more. Do we not see we are contributing to this as we behave in such way, as we raise our sons to be strong and not cry and our daughters to be pretty? Do we really not see it???

The way women are treated is horrible, but let’s be honest for a moment, who raises the men? Who takes up those roles on media? Who calls another woman bitch?  I honestly think women can change this game by paying more attention to how they raise their children, how they behave within their marriages because that’s an example for their kids and how they allow such things to happen. If you watch TV you’ll see how defined the roles are and how much prejudice there is out there but guess who’s playing such roles, women. At the moment we refuse to act like that, to play such roles and to accommodate. At the moment we understand that being strong doesn’t mean being like a man,  then be proud of our femininity and proud of our differences. At the moment we embrace our bodies and other women’s bodies, at the moment we support breastfeeding, at the moment we stop obsessing about looking pretty and start working on being happy and healthy, at the moment we can be loyal to all women around us. At that moment we’ll become truly strong and capable of creating a powerful shift on the way we are treated. The secret is to continue to be women, to connect and support other women and to raise better sons. The ball really is on our court ladies.

And if you ever tell me Namaste Bitch, I will gladly kick your freaking ass!

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2 thoughts on “Namaste bitches my ass!

    1. Yes, dear teacher. There’s always room for improvement and being kind and supportive of other women is fundamental nowadays. Thank you for stopping by! Namaste, gorgeous!!

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