Why #MeToo? Why not they? #NotMe anymore

Since childhood, I have been taught to live like this and that. This “This and That” includes don’t talk to boys, don’t wear short clothes, ignore people if they are trying to put you down. In school there were a bunch of idiots who made fun of the girl’s size- you know what I mean. If she was carefree then she was tagged as “Ye to aisi hi hai category” I was the one who was bullied for my skin color. There were girls who were bullied for their over weight and bigger breast sizes. We have been abused and mishandled by the society. But after everything we have been told to keep our voice low because the society includes our so called family, friends and elders.

There were days when I was scared to go school because of a pervert. Every morning when I used to head to school, this ugly looking fellow tried all methods to touch me. In starting I felt it was an accident but then this became a routine, and like a kid, I had no guts to tell my parents. These incident of my life still haunts me everyday and how I still feel bad about what had happened to me. Through this incident I would like to tell every parent on this planet “Please teach a lesson to those molesters instead of telling your child to shut up. Make them comfortable with you so that they can come and tell you instead of being afraid.

Wish I could write this #MeToo when I was a child 😷
Wish I could write this #MeToo when I was a child 😷 wish I was not afraid of those road side perverts who tried to groped me here and there. .

Wish I didn’t adjust my place in that crowded bus when the bus conductor tried to stuck his dick behind my butt.
Wish I could tell that uncle tried to touch my breast and asked me what is this, wish I didn’t run away. .
Wish I had a voice to raise that time and say not me! .
But now I will not wait to write this #MeToo, I believe in sorting out the issue right here right now…and make you say #ItsMyFault

Now, I will not wait to write this #MeToo, I believe in sorting out the issue right here right now…and make you say #ItsMyFault

When I grew up there were so many people in college who tried to put me down for the clothes I wore, for my dusky skin color (Including girls). I simply ignored them and did what I wanted to do. There are females in my life who made me feel like I should be in my limits just because I am a girl. Shame on those girls.

Let’s talk about family, my parents think that I should leave my profession because my “Yadav” community is not that advance and then who will marry me question arises. Don’t worry, I am not a child anymore who will do as they say. I simply told my parents, then he should find someone else “NotMe”.

The story is endless, but now I want all of us to raise a voice and say NOT ME!

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