What women wear is nobody's business but both you and I know society doesn't think so. A bra peeking out of a woman's attire rings alarm bells for people & sets the ball of judgement rolling.
Swastika Jajoo poem, 'If A Bra Strap Could Talk' for UnErase Poetry, succinctly touches upon the exact same issue.
With an acute observation of the illogical perceptions the world has, Swastika introduces her topic - of what bra straps would say know if they could talk.
In a spirited tone, she raises valid concerns over how an innocent strap is put under intense scrutiny, all under the guise of 'concern' - but it is actually a reflection of the patriarchal gaze that currently 'infects' the society.
She ends her poem with a hard-hitting response to what bra straps - that are put under such intense inspection - should ideally be used for in this world. Watch the complete piece here.
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