Mira Sethi challenges definition of masculinity that targets women’s clothing
A sort of crusader voicing her opinions, Mira Sethi’s frankness about toxic masculinity that continues to target women’s clothing is a breath of fresh air.
The Dil Banjaara The actress has been a strong advocate for women’s rights and has been quite expressive about the widespread intolerance towards women in our society.
In an interview with local media, the 34-year-old shared her take on how society’s definition of masculinity has become so fragile that a man’s pride feels threatened by choosing to clothes of a woman.
“I saw a comment under a post from my colleague and friend Ushna Shah on Instagram, she was wearing jeans and a top in the post and the comment below said ‘if my tuesday (masculinity) forces me to act a certain way now, so don’t blame me.
“What exactly is masculinity? Why is your definition of masculinity and pride so narrow that it begins and ends with a woman’s clothes? An independent woman and a broad man. spirit can coexist together in this society. “
“Why do men watch us so much? If we are talking about your masculinity, then it should be confident enough and allow you to live without feeling threatened. Of course, we have to be careful not to cross certain limits. As women, we are. aware of these limitations because we live in this society. “
Earlier, Sethi criticized the trolls for criticizing the clothing choices of female celebrities. She used her Instagram account to interview the self-proclaimed moral police.
“It’s always fascinating to see trolls going mad under pictures of women facing the audience in dresses or costumes or whatever trolls deem ‘vulgar’.”
“Come home. I don’t dress for you, I don’t dress for anyone or anything other than my own sense of joy and play and expansion,” she stressed.