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Crossing A paradox

Crossing A paradox

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Glenn Capers


World Member, New York City

Crossing A paradox

A wedding was in place and an old woman fell to the gerund leading the groom and bride. While another with a long stick marked the place of ever spot she places her hands.
The old way of ceremonial storytelling, about the burden of life for a woman in a small village in India. The groom parades his wife to be around like property. and never looked at her.
This was obviously a prearranged marriage. Centuries old, while today on MTV India the village man is seeing european like women bumping and grinding her man in a plush bedroom or disco.. The cultural conflict is that the village man wants the woman that pop with pizzas .

Everyone is happy and everyone uses bleaching cream on their skin thinking it will make them white and cheat their way out of a lower class into a higher class.

India is waking up but it's not pretty The class system still rules, it's just that there is an amendment to who gets to do the nasty at least in Bollywood and in their minds in Mumbai. It's the top classes that can play the game because they have the money.

You know this might not be true. getting a straight answer from an Indian male on the subject is not easy.

Just that when the village guy comes into the big city and goes to the disco, it becomes clear they don't know how to house party or do Gangnam Style with out thinking its suppose to lead to something lease.

The juxtaposition in life here in India is something one can write aout for a long time.

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