She Deserves A Choice
She is, a mother, a daughter, a wife, a friend… you can describe her in any way you want but in the final appearance, she is a woman. Same as any other living being, she can decide for herself and has the right to chose what she wants without being judged by someone in the society or by her culture. It is her choice.
It’s her choice to get a tattoo, her choice to cut her hair short or to go out late at night. Don’t judge her by the way she dress or the way she behave. She may be friends with sexy strippers but that does not mean she is a one too.
Even Darwin strippers have a story of their own, may be to pay for the collage or may be because it is her choice. She is single not because she is ugly or a psychic. It is because she thinks she is awesome the way she is. It is because she wants the world to recognize her not as a property of another man but as a woman that has a voice of her own. Don’t get the wrong impression that her wedding ring is a string binding her to all the cooking, washing and cleaning in the house but it shows her choice to commit herself for the people she love and care.
Don’t over look on her choice to be the boss, a cricketer or a black belt holder because she deserves something more than teaching and nursing. She is worthy enough to get educated as the other boys in the family.
She does not deserve to be starved eating only vegetables twice a day just because the world expect her to be thin and in shape. Every woman deserved to be loved for who she really is in her heart but not to get whistled and winked by men on either sides of the road because she looks hot and covered with make-up.
It is her choice to be a single parent despite all the hardships over the years. She must be a mother not for the purpose of escaping from the mouths of the neighbors and relatives but because every child is worthy of her love and care.
In the final say, she deserves to have her own choice. To live a life without the world making a fuss about her selections. She deserves to raise her voice against injustice and unfair boundaries by the society and its culture. For the reason that her voice has the power to create a place for herself, she deserves a choice.