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She's the same girl.......💮

  She's the same girl......... She's the same girl who got on a bus this morning and when she was about to sit, a man slides his hand on the seat so he can brush his fingers through her hips. She screams and everyone laughs. There are 50 other people in the bus including the driver and conductor. She's the same girl who walks on the street and a hand pinches her from behind. She screams and the passer-by laugh. The road was busy with people. She's the same girl who was walking inside the lane and a voice calls her "hai hai .... Salam tou karti jao". She turns to react and all the drivers and gatekeepers are leering at her. She's the same girl who goes home everyday with a smile, as she has to feed her ailing mother, and gets slapped by her addict brother if she doesn't give him money. She's the same girls who will be exchanged in "wata" when the same brother is looking for a bride. She's the same girl who will be slut-shamed if seen
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