Continuosly a month now and walking in the streets get me comments like " tabdili aayi hai" (change has begun) to which my answer goes "rok sako to rok lo". (Stop if you can). The irony is when you respond back to the comments faces go hidden. The ones commenting have no guts to look eye to eye and admit their statement. Why tabdeli only for ladies when after all men are in desparate need of it. I take these comments as fun so that I get to communicate with people around otherwise everything is almost very quiet despite having crowded streets here but for some other ladies it could be a psycological issue. It is another form of harrasment, a form of ignorance, a matter to cry over for having a suffocated environment. It needs solutions and definately not sending girls out is not going to help sheer ignorance of our men. I am more than sure such mentality is the outcome of having few girls seen in the market. Those men who mock change dont comprehend the fact that they are the most needy one for the change to come.
PS: When people stare at me when i walk through the streets it makes me feel like I am a thunderstorm wearing human flesh and when my feet hit the land, through the lightening random eyes that surrounds me light up for they haven't seen confidence roaming accross the streets in the form of a girl like myself