Saloni Chopra’s bold photos with message for women empowerment

Saloni Chopra, who is popularly known for her show Girls On Top on MTV, shared a series of photos with the message for women empowerment. The actress is known for taking a stand and talk about women equality. Earlier this year she talked about the issues like rape, slut shamming and sexuality.
Saoni Chopra's bold photos with message for women empowerment
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Saloni shared the photos where she is seen wearing just a shirt with no bra to support #FreeTheNipple campaign. 

“I can do anything I want to do & so can you” she captioned an image.

Check out the pics

Part1/2 I understand now why my mother always says “I don’t mind the photos you upload, they’re nice, just don’t write the things you write. Why do you want to go against people?”… And why my ex boyfriend always said “I agree with what you write, it’s great… but what’s the need to put up such photos?”… & then there’s you, oh so many of you, who say “women empowerment is fine, but how could you possibly be so disgusting and shameless!”… I understand now — stuck in a tug of war between society, family & love, that I was silly enough to wonder why my breasts are such a threat to society. You’ll drop all your conversations on India Pakistan & the nuclear bomb just to come & tell me I’m ruining your cultural values, along with which you’ll casually throw in “get a breast enlargement surgery”… because culture only works one way. I understand now that we live in a country full of people who adore shirtless men with biceps and abs in a generation where shirtless gym selfies turn you into fitness role models but dare a girl talk about desexualizing her body, you’ll shut her up with a bikini & whore remarks. Porn star it seems, yes, why stop at that? Why not make her a prostitute too? After all they have much in common. You love a good orgasm out of it but will die before you give them the respect they deserve. & no, #NotAllMen — bcos they’re being raised by us women after all. I understand that “Woman empowerment isn’t about freeing your boobs! It’s about education & equal rights”, but if we’ve gotten far enough to fight for equal rights we must be comfortable in our bodies? Surely, the 16 yr old girls wanting to become doctors & engineers aren’t worried about their rapidly growing breasts & how many men lech at them? That’s right, give her a salwaar kameez, that’ll solve the problem. Culture solves all our problems, except for domestic rape — that’s not a topic worth discussing cos we don’t wash our dirty laundry in public. We wash her blood stains with her desire to live & then teach her to be a ‘real woman’. Real women don’t publicly talk about being raped by family members. #linkinbio #bethechange #freethenipple #womenempowerment #indiasdaughter #educateindia
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Part 2/2 The lesser she exposes, the more respected she’ll be. Because girls from good families don’t show skin. Which goes to say that girls who show skin – deserve it? And so days after we killed the men that raped India’s Daughter, we discovered there wasn’t just one of her. No, you may call her ‘fearless’ with pride but I guess it’s time you realize that we’re all, unfortunately, daughters of a nation that only wants fearless daughters in homes outside of their own. We take part in candle marches for someone else’s daughter and yet we cage our own. Nirbhaya. Haryanas Nirbhaya. Delhis Nirbhaya. North India’s Nirbhaya. Bangalors Nirbhaya. Mumbais Nirbhaya. You say it with so much pride, but what once felt like a salute to her now feels like a slap in my face. Her name was Jyoti.. but I understand, it’s my fault. It’s our fault for being born into a body with breasts & a vagina — both of which solely accordingly to you exist for pleasure. Your pleasure, my shame? I understand, that you’re going to go to the furthest of your powers to take away her rights because you’re petrified of her strengths —  because you don’t genuinely believe that the liberation & education of women is what will be the growth of our country, no, our women are sacred, kept safely behind walls, just like our goddess. I understand that this isn’t the end, this is just the beginning. And it breaks my heart to see that a lot more daughters in every corner of our country are going to end up ‘fearless’, if you don’t understand this too. #linkinbio #educateindia #indiasdaughter #bethechange #saynotorape #freethenipple #womenempowerment #humanity #writersofinstagram 📸 @m3anker
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