A Guest Post by Desi Girl from GGTS.
There is a whole breed of abusers in training and women are claiming modernity in clubbing yet finding excuses to appease abusers.
What is it that prevents women from breaking up with a controlling boy friend?
Why does she have to beg, borrow steal and seal the deal? If this is the trailer what will happen once the movie (marriage) begins?
Did we miss the train that women moved on and men froze in time? I recall an idiot on your blog was calling me man hater when I raised similar sentiment.
“…it’s like they’ve turned into our parents! In fact, parents are a lot cooler than boyfriends these days.”
As expected, there was a huge fight and I eventually ended up having a hard time convincing him to forgive me. I learnt a big lesson that day and ever since, every time I go partying, I refuse to get clicked,” says Tania.
He expects me to not go clubbing with friends
and instead, stay at home. This is way too filmi for a 20-year-old! That’s why I lie when I go out with my friends,” explains Lipi Suresh*, a pharmaceutical student.
“My ex-boyfriend had this mindset that girls who like partying are not worth taking home to mom!
“Guys have now become ‘possessive girlfriends’.
These days, apne Hyderabadi girls are bindaas when it comes to letting their hair down, and are also keeping their parents in the loop. But wait! There is still one person who is kept in the dark about our party ladies’ clubbing rendezvous — the boyfriend!
… the pretty ladies have begun to decline the Page 3 shutterbugs, for fear of being ‘caught’ by their paramours.
And the trademark statement doing the rounds in city nightclubs these days is, “Please don’t click my pictures. My boyfriend doesn’t know I’m clubbing. Pleaseeee!”