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IN Lifestyle ON 30 Mar, 2016
We must have moved way ahead in our life as compared to the previous decades but it can’t be denied that double standards still exist in our society. It seems that gender equality is just for namesake because women are still perceived as objects and plastic dolls by her male counterparts.
Certain things which are cool for men are considered weird for women. Rich and high class people degrade the poor and lower sections of the society. Kate Leth is a Canadian comic book creator whose artwork on 'Double Standards' is going viral on internet. Check out these 9 disturbing illustrations by Canadian artist which proves that double standards still exist in our society.
It's ok, if a man is seen scratching his ass on the street but a woman can't rub her breast in public. People won't take a second to blame her upbringing and family background.
I completely agree with the phrase: "When money talks, no one checks the grammar." When rich and powerful people do any nuisance, no one has got the right to question them.
Use of certain emoticons and smileys can affect the perception of people. Really!
If a woman wears makeup every day, she is asked to be natural. On the other hand, if women choose to go without it, the poor lady is again questioned for her looks.
Victims are innocent in some riots otherwise it's perfectly alright if people are killed in the war. Oh come on! Give me a break.
Even sugar daddies need some eye candies. But, no one questions their creepy and lethargic personality. Then why does a woman need to adjust herself to this society?
Girls can run after a handsome guy, but guys can't chase a hot girl. Why the hell people can't change their outlook towards men? Chasers are not always rapists.
If marriage is a sole right of every individual, then no one has got the right to interfere with it. Be it inter-racial marriage or gay marriage, society will always find a way to show its double standards.
Everyone has got the right to have $ex and nobody should question it. If you agree to these double standards persisting in our society, then share these illustrations with your friends and family.
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