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Nahi! Mard Ko Dard Hota Hai

If he is wearing pink, he is girly, if he is loves cooking and wants to be a homemaker, he just aint a man or probably a gay.Right from our childhood, an image is created

India TV News Desk [ Updated: May 07, 2015 19:11 IST ]
nahi mard ko dard hota hai
nahi mard ko dard hota hai

If he is wearing pink, he is girly, if he is loves cooking and wants to be a homemaker, he just aint a man or probably a gay.

Right from our childhood, an image is created in our minds, boys are brawn and strong and girls are pretty and weak.

And to make matters more intense, and a with dialogue like “Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota”, the fate of the male fraternity is stereotyped and sealed.

A lot of us completely overlook the fact that sexism affects men just as badly as it hits women in the society.

There are 658,046,598 men, 52% of this country and they have rights to choose things for themselves. Undoubtedly, they have the right to choose what they want and not what their society has pre-decided for them.   

Here is an answer for all those who feel learning dance or opting to be a homemaker makes them any less of a man. This video breaks the stereotype perfectly.

Watch video here...

         

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