Don’t Blame my SON

What a message? Have you got this on your Whatsapp? Have you seen it on your facebook timeline? Have you liked it, commented and shared? 

These few messages are floating on social media and people are liking it. As a mother of a beautiful daughter, I too like it but to be honest half part of it. 

Our honorable PM, Shri Narendra Modi motive “Beti Padhao Beti Bachao” is booming but he never said “Bete ko girao aur beti ko uthao” 

According to these messages, SON’s are definitely going to ruin your life so why to take care of them because at last all would be done by beti. 

Few points on which I HAVE AN OBJECTION BIG OBJECTION:

  1. DON’t judge upbringing: Parents or whosoever is floating this kind of messages., sorry to say but you are questioning yourself about your wrong upbringing. I received such messages from fathers of son- those fathers are also the son of someone, father of daughters – these are also the son of someone. By spreading such messages you are not only giving an example of how bad upbringing you are giving your KIDS and even you are somewhere making your parents feeling shame that this is upbringing we have given to our son. 
  2. DON’t judge my future: As a parent, I am giving my kids upbringing and I don’t know what my future will bring in my plate but this kind of message really doesn’t suit educated people to pass on or share on.
  3. DON’t judge on few unwanted SON in society: I have seen my dad giving his 100% to his parents, I have seen my father in law giving 100% to his parents, I have seen my male friends who give 100% to their parents and above all I see a great SON in my hubby who gives his 100% to his parents. 
  4. DON’t judge as there are old age homes: Yes, it’s still sad that there are many old age homes in the country and our senior citizen’s uncountable tears are speaking thousands of words. Is it really only because of some few SON these old age homes are open? Think twice !!! NO!!! it’s because of both SON and Daughter in laws… yes!!! the day daughter in law is ready to take up the responsibility of in laws as she wants her parents to be treated half of such old age homes will be shut down. Now from daughter in law I got a word daughter (remember she is the one whom as a father or mother we are praising above Son, I am not against this… check my OBJECTION NO: 5)
  5. Equality: We are in the 21st century and we talk about equality to women rights and equality for education and yes, we are providing which we should but it looks like to give equality and education to girl child we just try to degrade our SON to raise DAUGHTER. 
  6. DON’t MisUse Social Media: “You will reap what you sow” Don’t spread the wrong message to the world against Son that dreaming of the male child gets over. It sounds nice to hear that I want girl child but don’t do like when a male child is born you feel sad or bad. Utilize social media to create awareness about happiness and caring to feel in family rather creating differencing between boy and girl  
  7. STOP JUDGING MY SON: If these are points to judge my SON ..PLEASE STOP JUDGING HIM. 

I am proud daughter of my parents who always said and given me upbringing as a DAUGHTER only saying “You can also be on high position as any SON” but never said you are our SON not because they discriminate between two but they wanted me to understand what actually equality means and today I feel proud that if I have to help my mom after losing my dad I don’t think twice and if my in laws need anything I even don’t think twice and vice versa my hubby is equally taking responsibility of his parents and my mom so I am proud of him as he is Great SON and giving the same upbringing to his SON. 

DON’T BLAME MY SON

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49 thoughts on “Don’t Blame my SON

  1. Very well said Ruchie, I agreed. And what I feel, we dont really shout out for Beti bachao and kind of things. Firstly, there is no difference between a boy and a girl. All are equal and we have to believe that from inside.My experience telling me that when a girl is doing good and going high there are women who are actually pulling her down. So we need to change our mindset.

  2. Very well written.. I have often found myself cringing when I come across such posts on whatsapp… Yes, Promote girl child.. But not at the cost of putting down the boys…

  3. well said Ruchi. My parents have two sons – me and my brother , and we have a son each. It hurts to see people generalizing and degrading sons. I support equality and there should not be any difference between a boy or a girl specially during the childhood and such campaigns do precisely the opposite.

  4. How very well said, no one reads or tries to understand in between the lines when the entire community is ONLY talking about daughters why snub SONS. lovely take on the prompt of Freedom.

  5. I am a mom of Son and daugh­ter. I can relate to the post. Yes Dont Judge. IF the sterotyp­i­cal nature which we are fol­low­ing. Love­ly post thanks for shar­ing.

  6. This is very well said! I think it is about equal­i­ty and not about this child or that one. I feel we must encour­age free­dom of bring­ing up chil­dren equal­ly, with the focus on prin­ci­ples and not the sex of the child.
    Inter­est­ing post — you have brought up such an impor­tant point.

  7. Raised an impor­tant point through this post. My upbring­ing hap­pened just like you and i have two — 1 girl and 1 boy. I am try­ing my best to give each of them the inde­pen­dence they deserve and as you said dont blame any­one — son or daugh­ter.

  8. You have nailed it Ruchie… I too got such messages on social media and it is truely weird… I have also a son and I think if we wellbring our kids in a proper manner, then their is nothing to blame in future… We should understand daughter and son both are equal ..
    Your post is truely a great initiative towards it… Thank you for sharing…

  9. Wow!! What a great post. I am at loss of words. I am a mother of a girl and a boy and totally related to every word you have written.

  10. How beau­ti­ful­ly you artic­u­late one’s though is incred­i­ble. I am absolute­ly in love with this top­ic, your Blog and ofcourse You.

  11. I know what you mean Ruchie. I too feel irritated when people who want to sound progressive but end up passing comments such as “You are lucky to be mother of daughters.” I would have been equally lucky had they been sons. When will this stereotyping the gender in kids stop?

  12. People have misunderstood the meaning of feminism and save daughters slogan… Equality of gender can only be achieved if both the genders are treated equally. Being a mom I resonate with your thought process.

  13. A perfect hard hitting post required by this society who thrive on the word “Judgement”. There are all kind of people in this world and you cannot create a benchmark due to someone else.

  14. I loved reading your thoughts Ruchie and you have rightly said don’t blame my son. we should look after all the factors which are needed for a change.

  15. I absolutely second this post. It is off putting because a child is a child. And really rather than concluding things directly by reading a msg we all need to put some thinking to it as well.

  16. I totally agree with you Ruchie. Mindset of our society needs to be changed. Both son and daughter should be treated equally. Giving weightage to one gender is only pulling other down.

  17. Very well written Ruchie. Its a very delicate and sensitive matter . Mindset of our society needs to be changed and it starts from our homes. There are many families who give extra importance to one gender and are partial towards them. Great work x

  18. That’s the problem with the society! They cannot do anything without blaming one side! I am totally with you! It is our upbringing that shape us not our gender! A daughter is important, she deserves respect and love and Everything that a son deserves, that doesn’t mean a deserves less!

  19. Amazing and inspiring post. All are equal in the eye of the parents whether it is a boy or girl. Very thought provoking post. It binds the readers till the last. Great thoughts.

  20. I absolutely agree with this post, its an interesting read! Since I’ve been raised in a family where there was no discrimination between me and my brother, I can totally relate to this ! Such a good reiteration for me.

  21. what a beautiful piece that has been penned. the change starts with us and from our homes. if we can’t practice it in our homes, how can we expect that others will learn?

  22. I seriously salute you for coming up with this post. I have often found this sort of forwards from friends and detested those. Why to generalise like this? Yes girls require to be encouraged but no, not at the cost of putting down boys. And thats equality, the real essence of Feminism.

  23. Human beings put their kids into a mold and make them believe that they are only suited for that specific role. That gender bias needs to stop. I believe that boys and girls are different beings and no comparison ever should be made.

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