Rest in peace my dog :(
Rest in peace my lil’ Ozzy.
You were a member of our family, the dearest of all of us, after Woofy went missing. You were friendly, loving, caring, compassionate, strong … the list goes on. You fought hard to stay with us, but nothing could be done. Life is not going to be the same without you, Ozzy. You taught us that one could love unconditionally and selflessly.
I will miss the way you would sit in front of the door, waiting for me, the way you would knock at the door to let me know that you are right there, the way you would come to me, running whenever I would call you, the way you would turn back while walking to see if I’m right behind you, ….in short I will always miss you. With whom will I share Crinkle cut or popcorn now? I thank you for your bark, for welcoming me with a smile and wagging tail, for your silly antics …for everything.
We all know that you didn’t deserve to die like this. It’s a pity that there are still some heartless people living in this world. I guess it’s because they were jealous that we had someone like you in our life. But still, Ozzy, you didn’t deserve this.
You will always be missed and loved. Rest in peace.
Une future mariée a décidé de dire clairement sur les réseaux sociaux pourquoi elle n’avait pas invité certains de ses proches pour le plus beau jour de sa vie : son mariage…
This is sooo going to help me later on, like in some 10 years. Personally, I feel that this is correct, because, people need to understand that you cannot afford having the whole population at your place,lol XD
I definitely have an idea of the people I would love to see on my big day and those whom I’d definitely avoid. LOLXD
We all fight over what the label ‘feminism’ means but for me it’s about empowerment. It’s not about being more powerful than men - it’s about having equal rights with protection, support, justice. It’s about very basic things. It’s not a badge like a fashion item.
Time to stop gender policing
This video explains “gender policing” really well. And I really appreciate the effort the NCFW from India are doing. Though it is a very difficult task to do, that is, to stop gender policing…we have to remember, any small step taken is PROGRESS, no matter how small it is.
We can’t deny that there has been that differentiation between the way boys were treated and the way girls were treated, and in many places in the world, it still exists.
And it starts at home, at our very own place, by our own parents. How?
Since childhood, we are taught that boys play with cars and that they should not be crying because it’s girlie. And girls are given dinnerware sets to play with, and are given baby dolls to take care of. And many parents would not allow their son to play with the girl’s toys because it is considered to be not proper behaviour. In fact, I believe that boys, along with the girls should be taught from childhood that both gender can look after a house, and can handle a kitchen or look after babies, or even play with toy cars. Because often, when grown up, we often hear people saying that women’s place is in the kitchen! But is that true? How about the men? They do not have any responsibilities?!
In this video, they talk about how certain behaviours are acceptable for boys and not for girls. For example, going out after 6, with boys who are not the girls’ fathers or brothers, is considered to be wrong.
Seriously, we need to change our mindset. It all begins at home. The video talks about rape as not always being about sex, but about the narrow minded people’s way of thinking. I’m sorry, but raping a girl then saying that they were teaching her lesson for not conforming with the norms of the society, is ABSOLUTELY NOT an excuse. There is no excuse for rape. Because no one asks for it. People should be more educated. We all talk about equal opportunities of genders, but why doing gender policing?! Why not allowing a girl to participate in the sports she loves?! Is it because that sport is associated with men?!
Come on people, time to grow up. Please, share this link, and spread awareness. It’s high time to stop gender policing and to make people realize that it’s never a girl’s fault in any rape case. No one asks for it.