Just Hide

IMG_2874Hide your feminity,
it is for your own safety.

Hide your ambitions,
it is for your own happiness.

Hide your feelings,
it is for you own good.

Hide your desires,
it is for your own reputation.

Just hide who you are,
so you will belong.

I’ve been told to hide too many times.
Every time I stepped out I only got stronger.
But I still hide because I think I must.
It is a journey and I’ll get there.

 

 

The Lesbian Bit

When you are a girl out late at night, you employ every trick available to avoid creeps and weird guys but they all fail and you end up with the lesbian bit.

You know where you and girl-friends say that you are together, as in dating. I am not saying that is always a bit (because yes lesbians do go out on Saturday nights)  but some girls find the need to say that they are lesbians to fend off men. Doesn’t this scare you? The insistence and persistence of men who only seek ladies who seem vulnerable at a bar. By vulnerable let me clarify that these women out without the presence of a man by their side.

The persistence of men who only seek ladies who seem vulnerable at a bar. By vulnerable let me clarify that these women out without the presence of a man by their side. Why does a single girl mark that she is available? Why does no never mean no?

Merely playing a role??? Emma Stone as Allison Ng and Amy Jackson as Diya…

the gold hourglass

Looks like Cameron Crowe is in trouble  for not casting an Asian actress for the role in Aloha. Well, I find myself understanding his explanation about the character although I would have preferred to see the racial diversity in the casting of the lead role. I would say the Berenice_Marlohe is a lot like the character in the movie, she is part Asian but doesn’t come of looking very Asian. There must be plenty other actresses out there more credible for the role in terms of origins compared to Emma Stone. This brings me to compare the rest of the world to India. I know it seems far-fetched but let me explain.

Early this year a Movie entitled “I” was released. It was a rather well received film but my issue here is that the lead female role was played by Amy Jackson, a British beauty queen who became…

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