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Soumita’s Message Redefines ‘Feminism’ As an unigender Concept

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Soumita’s Message Redefines ‘Feminism’ As an unigender Concept

Soumita’s Navaratri Message Redefines ‘Feminism’ As an unigender Concept. Navaratri is a nine-day festival celebrated in India to honor the Mother Goddess in all her avatars. Navaratri is a festival that worships the female as the supreme power. The festival is celebrated mostly as the celebration of good over evil. The term ‘Feminism’ went through endless contamination but the celebration of Navaratri is one of the most amazing ways to define the victory of women as the supreme power.

Kolkata’s young singing sensation Soumita Saha who always preferred to be vocal about various social issues took the internet to spread the amazing messages about ‘Feminism’. “Being a responsible citizen I feel our daughters, sisters, and everyone should celebrate Navaratri so that they learn to celebrate their glory for their inherent strength, throws away inhibitions and grows up to be an independent, individualistic and strong woman.” said the young intellectual.

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The young singer’s debut international single became a mega-hit overnight, she is also known for her contribution in the field of Tagore music. Soumita is also an amazing painter and her artwork also earned praise in both national and international platforms. The 27yo Bengali beauty is an eminent social activist who always raised her voice against various issues. Soumita also added “Feminism is a uni gender concept. You do not need to be “Female” To be a feminist. I must say gender equality is more ambiguous and equivocal in our mythology, and men can be feminists too. Devi Durga was given her major weapon “Trishul” by Lord Shiva. Feminism is all about the struggle to be treated as an actual human being. If feminism is a movement to end sexism, sexist exploitation, and oppression then anybody can be vocal about this malpractice. You don’t always need to be female to practice and promote feminism”.

In a candid interview, the songbird added: “gender equality is more ambiguous and equivocal in our mythology”.