Originally posted by Arya1991 Originally posted by NSB7
Arya I loved your review as I have already told you before.
The feminist and the fan girl highlight two very amazing perspectives for us sosyians
While few of us are the hard core fangirls and jump up in our seats at the mention of dude and our bodies go ball room dancing with him in our minds...few of us be the feminist trying to suppress our eagerness to pounce at him and talk of all else and make it sound logical in our heads
But feminist or fan girl had ek ka dill dude ke liye dhatkta hai
Oh what wouldn't I do for a man who would go nuts with jealousy for me or what wouldn't I do for a man who would make me jealous enough to start a fight with him.
I always find myself struggling between the two...the feminist and the fan girl and end up writing a confused review with nothing justified
You review puts it all in compartments and leave the stage open to the side takers for a debat.
Today the dude ki deewani won the battle and I'm waiting to see his smartass move as a reaction to the jealousy he feels and how he would have us and II flying on cloud 9 with his show of possessiveness.
Oh the feminist? Well the feminist is busy lost in her work and even though she has an ear to the wall hearing all that my fangirls says..she will act like she dint care about it.
Let me unleash my fangirls to happy dance and bite some nails in intezaar for the next update and I will ask the feminist to go pretend she is busy in some stage rehearsal somewhere else.
The bold bit above... That's actually how #FeministVsFanGirl
Being a feminist doesn't mean I can't fangirl over a hot guy. (This can totally be a whole philosophical discussion about what feminism means to me
I've always needed to have my words and thoughts fully organised and categorized into neat little boxes (in my head).
And, when I started reading and getting heavily involved in the Software Symphonies world, it took a lot out of me that I wasn't able to neatly classify and categorize my thoughts, emotions and responses to SoSy. A lot of my earlier reviews were so jumbled and all-over-the-place that I disliked them myself.
Then, while doing the transcriptions of a few user interviews (during my final semester of college), it struck me that I could use a similar format for my reviews (where I tag the origin of each set of thoughts with a unique tag).
Then, Nisha gave it a name...
And, "Feminist v/s FanGirl - An Eternal Battle
" was born.#Arya
P.S: I totally loved your review of my review. #Reviewception
You dont have to take sides, in life we are NEVER cleanly able to in most situations. Arya has found a clever way to tag her feelings in both sides of the fence. If we were all feminists the human race would have ended long ago. If we were all fan girls, we would not be on the Internet, working studying and contributing to society
There can be a bit of each in all of us, some more than the others
Your reviews are never all over the place, you say how every chapter affects you, as a writer its a huge reward to me. We have never met each other, we dont know each other beyond these pages, but to be able to make u laugh or cry is a gift to me