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Who is FE'Inferior?
by Priyanka Gupta
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  "Who Is FE'Inferior?"
Born as gal, bound to live with fear,
And harassment, that be sexual and bear it
not for its written in rulebook anywhere,
For taught, "its ok!" everywhere.
Nature never made 'the one' feeble,
The 'Earthites' tell her to be malleable,
Who gave the definition of sex '
Weaker or stronger? They made it complex.
The Creator became FE-Male
And continued creating Male.
Both have ease for love and respect from others, their own insights.
Then how and why one 'partakes' or simply takes away other's moral rights?
Try out Life,
Without Strife,
Male or Female,
Is the story now pale,
Leave the division of sex, cast or religion,
Justify this life by being mere a human!
March 20 ,2005
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