Why do some learned men find it difficult to accept a woman's literary brilliance unconditionally? I feel they want her to seek their approval. Why?
This question is too close home,I witnessed this here ,on this very forum...and trust me,it was claustrophobic..under the facade of care and protection,i was gradually drawn into something pretty unpleasant and shocking...and the basic problem lay with the kind of appreciation I would draw.
Often I was told,by the same source that it all came to me ,cause I am a female...I was told,it was less cause of my intellect,more cause of my gender that ppl appreciated me...it made me laugh aloud so many times,but it was pointless to attempt a change of mind,cause such ppl have such notions as an ailment within their being.
Then,I did come across some awesome individuals,men in particular,since u have asked about them,who truly respected me for my capabilities,my expertise and no other reason,since they just know the answerer and the questioner here.
rR,PS,Ananthraman sir,Sankaran sir,Sanjay Sharma,Doctor Rajesh,Indra Pawar and a lot many of them,who are persons,individuals be ...more
And when it comes to literary brilliance, some of them impose their so-called expertise in that field and try to prove self more capable, others start condemning either in a silent way or like guerrillas...and some who do justice to their learning accept the literary brilliance unconditionally, impartially and humbly...