Apart from the fact that porn has never been a society’s criteria of being fare and free, as being a male dominated highly misogynistic industry porn in itself is problematic, it is despicable of you to proudly display your islamaphobia by using the euphemism ‘Indian Taliban’ to denote impending ‘moral’ dictatorship that you fear.
It has become vogue among caste hindus to call any societal faults that are prevalent because of castist society ‘Taliban’ as it spares the caste hindus of any wrongs. While others’ religions are seen as oppressing, their own remains a peaceful and benevolent.
They must be living in gated communities as they do not see the effects of horrendous caste hinduism that they have been practicing:
In M.S. University, Gujarat, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (World Hindu Organization) destroy a student art exhibit, beat up the student artist, just because it has nudity; in Bhopal and Indore and jajpur kids are beaten by cops for embracing their love in public; across India we are living under patriarchal caste hindu norms that constantly limit women’s rights, so that the caste hindu smuts can continue to maintain brahminical hegemony of purity that they immensely fascinates them.
Getting their kids married young, and within the community, limiting their choices, and even killing them for their choices have been the invent of caste hinduism. However, caste hindus like kashyap would still use ‘Taliban’ as euphemism, instead of looking what has been happening around them, and in their homes. You don’t have to go to our neighboring country to see how religion can be used as an oppressing tool; just look at that idol next to you, or the one placed in your car. Because those deities are the biggest insignia of oppression you will come across.
Next time don’t say we are living under ‘Taliban’, just say ‘ram-rajya’, and we will understand the moral decadence you are talking of.
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Tufts Pulse at TASA Culture Show 2013.
Since competition season is over, it’s time to add pictures from competitions to the blog! Let’s start with my team :)
This is Tufts Pulse., Indian Classical Dance Team performing Genesis, the story of Adam & Eve.
Photo Credits go to a lot of people, notably Justin McCallum, Rita Lo, and Saba Ali Photography!
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Raymond vs Raymond, 2010