I read about this incident in one of the weekly magazine.
A married woman with a marriage tenure of 30 years had to hear hundreds of time hear, “leave my house, this is my house. Either do whatever I say else leave my house. This is my house so the final say is mine” from her husband.
After the death of her husband she had to stay with her son. Now the son tells her, “mother this is my house. Please let me do whatever I want to do”.
This is not a case in isolation.
Thousands of women undergo the same situation.
If after giving 30 years of life to the family and husband, looking after the house, working like a maid, cooking, washing, taking care of the household, bring up the children the women has to hear the words, :” this is my house” from the husband’s house then what is the standing of women even after so much education and liberation?
In the initial stages of married life she gets to hear the same words from her mother in law ( if it’s a joint family) this ——–“.
Then gradually as she starts treating her matrimonial house as her own, comes the bouncers from her husband — this ——-“
So which is her house?
Will she always stay in someone else’s house?