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How Girls Invite Harassment


While we fight for equal rights on one side, a part of us also likes to be the ‘weaker sex’. Being weak means being a victim.  And most women would rather choose to be an ‘injured party’ than a villian. Victims are innocent – good.  Villians are dreadful – bad. Since Indian women are all about being goody-goody, they love being scrawny to seek attention. ‘He used me’ is being heard more than ‘I was stupid enough to let him use me’. Most women literally invite harassment at an interview which reflects in these common mumblings.

  • I am very poor. I need money
  • My father is no more. “I” need to get my younger sister married.
  • My brother doesn’t work. I run the house.
  • My mother is bedridden. I can do any Anything.

It is foolish on an interviewee’s part to project herself feeble (bechaari), even if the situation is such. Companies aren’t on a lookout for fragile people. A strong job profile requires a ‘strong candidate’ who can weather the worst of storms. A weak projection of self reflects vulnerability. It also makes one a soft target for sexual exploitation. If you feel like sharing your sorrows to someone, share with your friends (or even pets), but don’t spill out the frail details of your personal life to your boss or colleagues. He might give you the job, but would bend you and pay less for he knows that you are ‘in need’. Becharagiri, bimaari and lachari are situations that you MUST NOT project while opting for a job. Show confidence! That’s what they are looking for.

When a girl say that her elder brother comes home drunk or her father is dead, it signals a loss of protection in the family, leaving the girl susceptible to odd situations. This is where a male candidate outperforms a female candidate. A man might not have a single paisa in his account but he would walk like a hero, talk like a hero and negotiate like a hero. The secret of attracting money is that one has to feel rich to be rich.

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How Girls Invite Harassment