Why do I feel like this
is a woman-specific thing article I feel the need to say that I feel this article isn’t exactly geared towards the interests of the male reader, but more towards a female one.
This article is definitely aimed towards the female readership, and I can’t help but feel that if you’re a female reader, you’re going to find the article quite overwhelming.
This is largely due to the fact that this article doesn’t really cover anything specific to the subject, and the main point of this article would be to talk about the actual clothing that you can buy in India.
The other big point of the article is to discuss the history of clothing in India, as well as how we can dress better and wear more stylishly when we’re in the country.
However, there is one thing that I really want to mention: the amount of attention that this thread has garnered in the last few months.
For the past few months, this thread (that has received over 3,000 upvotes in a week) has been viewed over 1,000,000 times.
The response to this thread is absolutely insane, and it really means the world to me.
In a time where women are being marginalized, and men are being given more prominence in certain fields, the response to a female thread like this is so amazing.
Even though it is a male-only thread, there’s still so much attention given to the thread and the posts that were made, and to the overall discussion of clothing.
To give an example, I wanted to share a recent thread where a couple of my friends (both men and women) discussed the importance of wearing dresses in India when travelling in the city.
They said that they felt that a dress in the fashion department of the fashion stores in Delhi is always a very stylish outfit.
This thread is truly inspiring to me, and so much so that I’ve decided to post it here in case you are interested in reading it as well.
If you want to see more of my posts on women in fashion, check out my other posts, like I wrote a post about how to wear a shirt while in India or how to get a haircut while in a bikini.
So go ahead and check it out!
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