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PostSubject: Banished for bleeding (Hindu Practice)   02/05/17, 03:04 pm

This is amazing to read and I can't understand that this backward way of thinking is still believed and practiced especially in the cities.


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PostSubject: Re: Banished for bleeding (Hindu Practice)   03/05/17, 02:36 am


I am shivering while reading it all Sandy and what infuriates me the most is that most of all this nonsense was brought upon by men.

The same men who don't have a problem going to that woman or girl, ones she's cleansed herself, to have sex with!

I need to step away from this as it makes me so angry it's not funny.

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PostSubject: Re: Banished for bleeding (Hindu Practice)   03/05/17, 09:56 am

I have known for many years that there was one religion that didn't allow women in the kitchen etc., when on their periods but at that time I wasn't interested that much to go into depths about it.

You are right.  The whole world is patriarchal and men seem to make up rules as they go along to keep women down.  Why are they so scared of women that they have to keep us down?

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PostSubject: Re: Banished for bleeding (Hindu Practice)   04/05/17, 03:55 am


I think it all just comes down to men being afraid to loose control and therefore the power they hold over women. This is why for so long women have been put in the so called "weaker" category!

The fact that women can be tough as nails, smart and bright and have a passion that most men wished they had half of, is enough to scare the pants of most men in power!

Greed and the need to be in control is what has fueled most of these things and to think that women would be in charge of say the Health Industry, would be a disaster for all those ..bleep.. heads! because God forbid we might have common sense helping out the sick and needy, instead of filling their coffers with more money and more control/power!

If those men, that ruled women to be dirty when having their period, would say otherwise; they would then inadvertently admit that women are strong and can do anything under all circumstances! And there is just no way those men would admit that! Because that would make them look weak!

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