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*ME, FEMINISM & SOCIETY*


The world is changing and the way it worked is changing too. These changes have brought mostly positive effects and are bringing great impact not just over day to day decisions in households but also socio-political decisions.

Today the world has privilege of having choices and opportunities and platform for their voice to stand in front of the few powerful people in world. People have earned the freedom that they have always believed in, these has made possible for us to fight the Patriarchy and the Chauvinist residing spaces.

It was a high time that we embrace the differences amongst us and accept each other as we are, nakedly without any bygones. The shift in the society has brought us close and has made us believe that a problem is not individualistic rather it’s about the society, in this meantime we have broken barriers and have talked about the then taboo topic, which has been a game changer and has brought in many solutions and has given us power to stand united. Whenever I see all these changes and the crumbling of power centers and people being involved in governance, I feel proud to be the part of a revolutionary generation. Today there are many unfolds and people are engaging their time, power to resolve issues.

We since history have been Patriarchal society and have taught the boys to blend into the cast of so-called Men, to disdain the emotions and sympathy that makes us humans. We have been in a ride of Chauvinist mentality and have taken it too far to suppress women and to simply discredit them.

But what we ignore is the fact that Chauvinism and Patriarchy have also mentally harassed, emotionally destroyed men, they have also been the victim beyond that face of a macho man, but this does not change that women have been the victim of a world that was casted by dominancy of powerful men.

But today I can proudly say that we have managed to vocalise and that we are in a battle of Gender Equality and Women Rights. I truly feel the ongoing victory is because of the early Feminist activist and the people who supported and went against the lobby to support the cause. But I am conscious and worried about the path that some of us are walking on, is that our path? is that our ideology? is it our destiny?

Our fight and struggle is for Equality and Rights and not for Women embarrassing men or shaming them publicly, these incidents have been taking place and are usually been ignored and laughed at, but as a boy who is trying to figuring it out, who is trying to learn how the world functions and how it transforms, I feel that such practices are defaming our cause.

Here is how Men support and see Feminism;

We are Men and we do support feminism, but there is more to it! As we live our lives we have a baggage of generations of patriarchy and as we gain consciousness we stand for equality we stand against the Chauvinist culture, to put in simpler words we men have a welsh culture of Patriarchy and have low Emotional Quotient it’s a constant duel between the Ruling, arrogant, ignorant and toxic Patriarchy and budding, beautiful concept of Feminism that promises Change and blossom of Existence. There is a constant war of ideologies that’s not an easy job, on the one side you know what’s the right thing to do and on the other you also have the society that keeps an eye upon you which shall out rule you if you raise voice against them.

People are accepting Feminism and are working the way out, but the world is more complicated than that it’s just the newness of that concept and the small space that it has made in this world, we aren’t acknowledging the larger picture rather we have settled our cause into the urban areas and have forgot to reach up to the dense population living in rural areas. I believe this comfort has deviated us from our original ideology and we are shipping our focus towards the exploitation of Laws and systems that are meant to protect women, we no longer are in service of equality rather we are devoting our power for Women Supremacy.

The Movement of Feminism dates back to 1848 and was a historic moment in world history, that affected the lives Women in the world. Elizabeth Stanton 1902 was the one to come up with the ideology and strategies of the movement, mainly focusing over equality for Women. In this time American educator Margaret Sanger vocalise about the women rights and birth control.

There have been predominant waves of Feminism the 1st wave brought about Voting rights for women 2nd wave brought about liberalisation and female exposure to workplaces but alarming the 3rd wave has brought Man hating, Victimhood mentality and over sensitively provoked aggressive behaviours.

This journey of feminism, it has discovered many highs and lows but now the so-called feminist are getting insecure and are claiming/ demanding for an overpowering lifestyle ruling out men. The way I am seeing feminist movement going on is just like a powerful turbulent water stream gone rogue destroying the beautiful towns, where peace resides. I rather would like to believe that these radical personalities are not true feminists they are using the cause as a shelter to hide from their dark doings, in that intentful bitterness they have destroyed the essence and sanity of feminism.

Today the men are in a dilemma and in a hanging situation about their rights and respect in the society, as it seems the world is becoming intolerant for men, and in many instances for the women who don’t believe in the radical thoughts of women superiority. The power in hand of women have been used as weapon against men!

The irrational society and the media trials have been the major force in disabling the Men Rights, as soon as the Man is accused of Rape or Sexual Harassment, he has got nothing left! The society harasses his family, he loses his jobs, his reputation and even if he is found not guilty there is no irreversible effect and there is no reconciliation for his loss, whereas the fake victim gets fame. This is not an issue just because men are involved but also because of such fake cases the real ones are ignored or the justice is delayed. We need to understand that such fake allegations slows down the judiciary and also makes it helpless for the true victims. There are major problems for us to see, a large sum of cases aren’t even registered because of society pressure and we need to work over that. The most empowering movement was #MeToo there were some legit cases and justice was brought to them, it was a seeming less power but wasn’t used well, the movement got polluted by the fake allegations and that destroyed the credibility of the movement. As we speak of MeToo, there were no voids for men to come ahead to open up and have justice, the whole movement just made men wonder about their rights and position in society!

There are no laws which ensure men’s safety or laws that acknowledge that men can be victims of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Abuse. No incidences where a case is filed against a woman for abusing a man. There is no law for domestic abuse on men, and the statistics that show mere few percent of male being victim is incorrect because most of the cases get resolved by men paying a subsequent amount of money to the woman, rather that fake allegations on him.

The Pseudo-Feminist/ Radical Feminist have goon too far and have blurred of lines and diluted the terminologies that in turn has caused ease for misuse against the men. There are many such made up cases due to broadening the spectrum of Rape (indicating that a smallest action can be termed as rape if the victims say s0) this has decreased the effectivity of the particular terminology. These people have accused Men, gender in general to be rapist and have accused men’s Chivalry and Masculinity to be toxic! Fun fact: literally #KillallMen was the slogan in some marches.

Let’s talk about Men’s Rights– Men have high suicidal rate than women and a prominent cause is fake allegations; Every nine minutes a married man commits suicide in India due to alleged misuse of section 498a of IPC against them, taking the toll to around a whopping 64,000 every year, says a report.

Men have high chances of getting convicted than women. Men are more to be diagnosed with depression due to societal pressure.Women are more likely to get child’s custody over a divorce. Women earn more than men over the age of 35 years and the wage gap according to reports is due to the differences between the occupations opted generally by women. This are just some of the issues I have highlighted, and by doing so intend of accusing the opposite gender.


What I conclude is, we all need to acknowledge the differences between us, so as to welcome Equality. Rather that blindly believing that world is monotonous, we need to understand there are shades of everything and reason behind everything. There is a difference between Male and Female and that difference is beautiful and is to be embraced.

I hope we all march happily towards the era that embraces each of us, bearing the flag of humanity higher, lets watch out for everyone, work for equality talk about Men’s and Women’s Rights and most importantly we find a common ground.

*Peace*

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How to Write Blog Posts That Drive Traffic From Day One

1. Identify a topic your audience actually cares about

Your very first step will be to figure out what your audience wants to read…not just what YOU want to write about.


Writing GREAT content starts with what your audience wants to read...not what YOU want to write about.

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This is absolutely the foundation of writing blog posts that will drive traffic, and that will eventually make money. (link make money to How To Make Money From Your Blog Part I) If you carry out all the other steps in this post perfectly – but don’t write something your audience cares about – you’re doomed to fail.


Google’s Keyword Planner can help you find popular topics to write about


Finding popular and relevant topics takes some detective work, but is well worth the effort. The process will involve looking at a variety of sources to find topics, questions, and issues that your target audience is already talking about.


Some of the ways you can find what your audience cares about:

Using keyword research tools: Using tools like the Google Keyword Planner (pictured above) and Wordstream’s Free Keyword Tool, plug in general themes you think your audience would be interested in. Look for phrases that seem to be relatively popular (but not TOO popular; these will be harder to rank for), and that you know you could write a great post about.


Survey your audience: Survey your audience using Facebook surveys or a tool like SurveyMonkey to see what they really want to learn about.


Look at your analytics: Your website and social media analytics can be powerful tools for figuring out what’s worked with your audience in the past. Consult your analytics to see which posts have gotten the most likes, shares, and traffic, and find related topics you can write about.


Listen in on relevant conversations: Using a tool like Hootsuite, track social media mentions of words and phrases related to your business or industry. You can also join industry Facebook or LinkedIn groups, or online forums to see what topics come up regularly.


Listen to what your audience has already told you: Look through your emails, blog comments and social media mentions to find questions or problems your audience has already asked about.


Use Buzzsumo to see which topics have already done well: This is one of my all time favorite tools! Buzzsumo lets you search for a topic, and then shows you the web’s most popular articles on that topic. This will give you an idea of what people really want to know about and what they are sharing! Use what you’ve learned to inspire new topic ideas.


Buzzsumo lets you search for a topic, and then shows you the web’s most popular articles on that topic.

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Note: If you’re currently writing your very FIRST blog post, you’ll need to take a slightly different approach. But for every post after that, you can use the strategy outlined in this post!


2. Niche down

This is a great tip, both for determining the topic of a new blog and for writing new blog posts.


Once you’ve found a great topic you want to cover, ask yourself this VERY important question:


Has this topic already been covered a thousand times before?

If the answer is yes, I highly recommend “niche'ing down”. What does this mean? It means narrowing down the topic even more to cover subtopics or angles that no one else is writing about.


For instance, let’s say I figured out that my audience really wants to know more about how to train a puppy. My keyword research showed me that “dog training” and “puppy training” are both highly competitive phrases, meaning it would be nearly impossible for me to rank for those terms in Google.


Dig down to find specific topics you can write about that haven’t been covered a thousand times before


However, I also found some other, longer phrases that don’t seem to be quite as popular, but that also don’t seem to be quite as competitive; for instance, “crate training a puppy” and how to potty train your dog”. I call this low hanging fruit that is just waiting to be swooped up!


Pro tip: Before you decide on a topic you’re going to write about, I’d also encourage you to type it into Google and see what comes up. If the top results are all big-name sites (e.g., PetSmart, Ceasearsway, etc.) you’ll probably want to choose another niche topic that’s being covered only by smaller blogs.


Make a list with a variety of subtopics you can cover in your post, and then move on to #3.


3. Include all the subtopics you’ve written down

Now that’s you’ve come up with a specific topic and subtopics, it’s time to actually write your blog post. However, it’s vital that you cover the topic in sufficient detail so both Google and your readers find value in your post.


Gone are the days of writing a very general, 400-word post and attracting traffic with it! The trend now is to write much longer, more comprehensive posts that cover all angles of your topic.


Gone are the days of writing a very general, 400-word post and attracting traffic with it!

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For instance, if I were writing about “how to potty train your dog”, I’d want to come up with a variety of subtopics to cover in my post. These could be “The most common strategies you can use for potty training”, “The most effective method you should use”, and “The best age to start potty training a puppy”.


This post does a great job of covering subtopics related to dog training, and uses subheadings to break the post into easy-to-read sections


Put yourself in the minds of your readers: What topics and sub-topics will they want to know about? What burning questions are they likely to have? Once you’ve answered one question, what other questions will naturally follow that one?


Generally speaking, in-depth posts will tend to rank better in Google. Research seems to indicate that 1,500 words should be your minimum length if you want your post to rank in the search engines. Some experts recommend shooting for 2,000-3,000 words. Be sure to test out a variety of lengths to see what works best with your audience and in your niche!


Test a variety of blog lengths to see what works best with your audience and in your niche!

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4. Use keywords in strategic locations in your post

While the precise use of keywords isn’t quite as important as it used to be (Google has gotten REALLY good at figuring out what posts are about!), you still want to make sure you’re using them in your post.


The Yoast SEO plugin will help ensure you use your keywords appropriately


Try to use them in your:


Page URL: yoursite.com/your-keywords-here


Title

Headings and subheadings

In the caption and alt image tag of your images (where appropriate)

Throughout your content

If you want to make sure you’re using your keywords appropriately, use an SEO plugin like Yoast SEO (you’ll need to have a WordPress blog for this). It will help ensure you’re using your keywords in important areas of your post.


5. Take advantage of internal linking

Internal linking is one of the most important things you can do to rank in the search engines – and yet many bloggers completely forget to do it.


Internal linking is simply including links to other pages and posts on your own site. For instance, if I’m writing a post about how to use social media for your business, I might link to my other posts on my favorite social media tools or the best ways to use Twitter for marketing.


This strategy is not only great for keeping visitors on your site longer, but it boosts the ranking of those posts and pages in the search engines.


So…once you’ve written your post, think about which other posts on your site would be helpful for your readers and include links to those posts.


Link other related content in your blog post to give you a boost in the search engines.

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You’ll also want to go to other posts on your site and link back to the NEW post you’ve just written. This will help your visitors find your new post, and will also give your post a boost in the search engines!


6. Promote your post to your audience

This step is critical!


Writing and publishing your post will NEVER be enough. People who are subscribed to your blog may visit the post, but that’s about it.


Every time you publish a post, have a plan for how you’re going to promote it to your audience. There is no use in publishing content without a plan to amplify it.


There is no use in publishing content without a plan to amplify it.

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There are a number of ways you can do this:


Post a link on social media

Promote it to your email list

Pay to promote it via social ads

Share it in industry groups (if you’re allowed, of course)

If you mention certain people in your post, let them know. They may share your post with their audience!

Send your post to past clients or customers who you think would be interested. Just do this very carefully or you could be accused of spamming.

Mention or tag relevant people when you share the link on social media

This is the step that will start driving traffic to your post from day one, so it’s SUPER important that you’re intentional about it.


I share (and re-share) all my blog posts on all of my social media channels


As your post gets read by more people, it will start to get shared and linked to. And as your post gets shared and linked to, it will reach even MORE people. These links and shares will also seriously boost your search engine rankings, which means even MORE traffic in the long-term.


This means your post can start driving traffic NOW, but will continue to drive traffic for months or even YEARS to come – not bad for one little blog post!


Are you at the beginning of your blogging journey, and aren’t sure where to start? I’ve compiled some resources just for you!

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Writing a blog post is a little like driving; you can study the highway code (or read articles telling you how to write a blog post) for months, but nothing can prepare you for the real thing like getting behind the wheel and hitting the open road. Or something.


How to write a blog post student driving

“Wait for it… wait for it… BASS DROP.”


Now that I’m done thoroughly mangling that vague metaphor, let’s get down to business. You know you need to start blogging to grow your business, but you don’t know how. In this post, I’ll show you how to write a great blog post in five simple steps that people will actually want to read. Ready? Let’s get started.


How to Write a Blog Post in Five Easy Steps [Summary]:

Step 1: Plan your blog post by choosing a topic, creating an outline, conducting research, and checking facts.

Step 2: Craft a headline that is both informative and will capture readers’ attentions.

Step 3: Write your post, either writing a draft in a single session or gradually word on parts of it.

Step 4: Use images to enhance your post, improve its flow, add humor, and explain complex topics.

Step 5: Edit your blog post. Make sure to avoid repetition, read your post aloud to check its flow, have someone else read it and provide feedback, keep sentences and paragraphs short, don’t be a perfectionist, don’t be afraid to cut out text or adapt your writing last minute.

Now let's review each step in more detail.


How to Write a Blog Post, Step 1: Planning

First, a disclaimer – the entire process of writing a blog post often takes more than a couple of hours, even if you can type eighty words per minute and your writing skills are sharp. From the seed of the idea to finally hitting “Publish,” you might spend several days or maybe even a week “writing” a blog post, but it’s important to spend those vital hours planning your post and even thinking about your post (yes, thinking counts as working if you’re a blogger) before you actually write it.


How to write a blog post planning stage

Does your blog post have enough circles and crosses?


Long before you sit down to put digital pen to paper, you need to make sure you have everything you need to sit down and write. Many new bloggers overlook the planning process, and while you might be able to get away with skipping the planning stage, doing your homework will actually save you time further down the road and help you develop good blogging habits.


[ Learn how to write better ad copy with our free guide: 10 Tricks to Get the Click ]

Choose a Topic That Interests YOU

There’s an old maxim that states, “No fun for the writer, no fun for the reader.” No matter what industry you’re working in, as a blogger, you should live and die by this statement.


Before you do any of the following steps, be sure to pick a topic that actually interests you. Nothing – and I mean NOTHING – will kill a blog post more effectively than a lack of enthusiasm from the writer. You can tell when a writer is bored by their subject, and it’s so cringe-worthy it’s a little embarrassing.


how to write a great blog post

Don't go there.


I can hear your objections already. “But Dan, I have to blog for a cardboard box manufacturing company.” I feel your pain, I really do. During the course of my career, I’ve written content for dozens of clients in some less-than-thrilling industries (such as financial regulatory compliance and corporate housing), but the hallmark of a professional blogger is the ability to write well about any topic, no matter how dry it may be. Blogging is a lot easier, however, if you can muster at least a little enthusiasm for the topic at hand.


You also need to be able to accept that not every post is going to get your motor running. Some posts will feel like a chore, but if you have editorial control over what you write about, then choose topics you’d want to read – even if they relate to niche industries. The more excited you can be about your topic, the more excited your readers will be when they’re reading it.


If you're really desperate for inspiration, check out our list of eight blog topic generators to get you going.


Write an Outline For Your Post

Great blog posts don’t just happen. Even the best bloggers need a rough idea to keep them on-track. This is where outlines come in.


An outline doesn’t need to be lengthy, or even detailed – it’s just a rough guide to make sure you don’t ramble on and on about something tangential to your topic.


For example, this is the outline for this post that I sent to my editor before getting to work:


Introduction


[Quick summary explaining what the blog post will cover]

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भारत में एक महिला ने एक तेंदुए का पीछा किया, जिसने एक किलोमीटर उसके बेटे का अपहरण कर लिया और लड़के को बचा लिया

एक महिला और उसके तीन बच्चों ने घर के सामने आग लगा दी। तेंदुए ने लड़के पर पीछे से हमला किया और उसके साथ जंगल की ओर भागा। माँ पीछे दौड़ी।


लगभग एक किलोमीटर दूर, शिकारी रुक गया, लेकिन राउल को पंजा मारना जारी रखा। कीरन ने अपने बेटे को तेंदुए से दूर नंगे हाथों से पीटा और भागने ही वाली थी, लेकिन बिल्ली ने फिर हमला कर दिया। महिला ने अपना बचाव करने की कोशिश करते हुए अपना पंजा निचोड़ लिया।


उसी समय कीरन के पड़ोसी मदद के लिए जंगल में आए। शोर से घबराकर तेंदुआ गायब हो गया। उसी समय, भारतीय महिला बेहोश हो गई।

पीड़ितों की स्थिति संतोषजनक बताई जा रही है। वे वर्तमान में चिकित्सा देखभाल प्राप्त कर रहे हैं।

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How to be grammatically fluent in English?


Speaking and writing the English language grammatically fluent is a big deal for many people, which can be overcome by the practice of both verbal and written conversations. One should be confident and speak to as many people as one possibly can as well one should have a habit of writing anything on their own. Proper verbal and writing practice will make better communication in English. People can also assess their grammatical knowledge of English in the Questioncloud, India's Largest Online Educational Assessment Portal, which offers English proficiency tests.


When people take an English proficiency test with us, get that test series at the cost of completely free. This test series consists of assessments on reading comprehension, error spotting, preposition, conjunction, active & passive voice, articles, and parts of speech. One, who takes all these assessments done will get the knowledge on their mistakes if they lack in the English grammar. When a person identifies the mistakes they made while using English, then they can be rectified easily by conscious practice. Visit us: https://www.questioncloud.in/home, to know further on the English proficiency test.

In addition, there are a lot more ways to be excellent in communicating in English. First and foremost, people should never feel shy about speaking mistakenly, they should speak the language with the full spirit which allows them free-flowing conversations, then they have to work on correcting their mistakes by assessing on our website’s English proficiency test, to find the mistakes where they actually made and when people identify their mistakes in using grammar, then their task of rectifying the mistakes is made simple.


People should listen to English newscasts and songs to hear how words are pronounced. This is also a good way to learn new words and expressions, which could be a great way for a person to work on resolving their mistakes in grammar and let them speak fluent English. The more a person listens, the more they will discover. To improve one’s pronunciation and learn which words in a sentence are stressed, try copying what you hear.


Online dictionaries frequently include audio examples so you can check your pronunciation, and there are numerous great dictionary apps for your smartphone that you can take with you wherever you go. But be careful not to become overly reliant on these tools. Try saying the words out loud first, then check to see if you were correct.


The more you practice, the better and more confident your pronunciation and vocabulary will become. Remember that speaking is a skill, just like learning a musical instrument or a new sport – the only way to improve is to practice.


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High-speed routes and the China-Laos line are among the eight Chinese lines scheduled to open in December

Eight railways will start operating in China during December 2021, while the China-Laos 160 km / h line, part of China's Belt and Road Initiative, is due to open on December 3.


The first electric train, which traveled along the 414 km section of Boten - Vientiane Laos, arrived in Vientiane in early November. On November 30, Laos and China signed an intergovernmental agreement to provide guidance and legal framework for cross-border activities along the rail route.

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Deutschlands Militär begrüßte am Donnerstag die Bundeskanzlerin AngelaMerkel, nur eine Woche bevor sie sich nach 16 Jahren im Amt aus der Politik zurückziehen soll

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