By MARIELA GOVEA* : While i am reading the article called “Being a man in India is a crime” , I cannot stop thinking it is an irony, because I thougth that most people think it is the other way round,
What an irony. In India, also in another oriental countries, being born a woman was almost a crime. And that without even talking about being born woman as the first child of the family, it might also bring bad luck to the family.
That is patriarchal thinking which still rules many societies, occidental and oriental societies as well
A proof of what I am saying to you, that being born women is not welcome, is to be a widow, your whole life smashes in a second, so big is the dependency of women on their husbands, being women and being a widow is almost a punishment in life to them. So women, open up your eyes, your heart and your mind, life always goes on and we women have lots of things to do in his world.
I think that being born, is always a God ´s gift, even if you were born boy or girl. Moreover when a person is born the birth is situated in an universe of parental desires, so the most important thing of all when you reincarnate and come to earth to pay your karmic dues is to be born in a lovely and respectful family. If the Gods want that for your destiny of course.
Women and Men; love each other and respect each other. Each of us is a microcosm and each of us represents God. Be happy and leave your heritage in this world with your loving message, love for all men and women in this world.
Mariela Govea is Sexologist; Psychologist and Psychoanayst. She is the President of Latin American Circle of Sexual Femeneity. She is hinduist and budhist and Tantra Master.
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