We recently celebrated Women's Day, a day meant to discuss and ensure equal opportunities and social treatments for women. Misogyny and chauvinism, however, are deep-rooted problems that will take a long time before they disappear. Comedian Sumona Chakravarti, on that occasion, took to Instagram to share a photo of herself wearing a bikini. The photo is accompanied by an empowering caption.
Sumona definitely looks like a million bucks in the photo, but for everyone who has the inner moral police triggered with such photos, the caption will make much sense. "Now u will say why am i wearing a swimsuit? Why am i not covered? Listen up," it begins.
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Now u will say why am i wearing a swimsuit? Why am i not covered? Listen up – What we wear or don’t wear, What we do or don’t, Whether we drink or smoke, Wear pants, bikini or a saree, Whether we’re working women or not, Whether we choose to have children or not, Whether we choose to marry or not, IS NONE OF YOUR GODDAMN BUSINESS. Go enrich your life n the ones around you. Stop with those judgemental, stereotypical, chauvinistic behaviour ???? ✋???? That’l be enough for us. ???????? #happywomensday
A post shared by Sumona Chakravarti (@sumonachakravarti) on Mar 8, 2020 at 1:29am PST
"Go enrich your life n the ones around you. Stop with those judgemental, stereotypical, chauvinistic behaviour. That’l be enough for us," she signs off.
No wonder her fans gave loud, virtual applauds for her in the comments section. You go, Sumona!
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