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Why are you jealous?

If women want to show their flesh . Why cant they? They are beautiful.

If you have got it flaunt it.

Sounds like sour grapes

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4 hours ago, Ranjeet01 said:

Ignore them back

You should see their faces though when your out and about with a female from a different background. 

When I go out with one of me jamaican female friends  you should see the look on the faces of the punjabi females. My friend even noticed and she said she feels uncomfortable because all the stares.   I personally don't care  

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19 minutes ago, puzzled said:

You should see their faces though when your out and about with a female from a different background. 

When I go out with one of me jamaican female friends  you should see the look on the faces of the punjabi females. My friend even noticed and she said she feels uncomfortable because all the stares.   I personally don't care  

This is because of cognitive dissonance. 

A lot of the females in our cultural background do not hold the males of our cultural background with any value.

This is because of partly the "fempowerment" movement and also because they have the image of the "Asian babe" for the last couple of decades, it has given a lot of these females an inflated sense of entitlement and  inflated egos.

Because you were seen with a female of a different race and cultural background it creates dread in these females from our cultural background. 

When you are seen with a female,  it creates 2 things with other females:

1. Pre-selection 

2. Social Proof.

It means that you have higher value and are attractive to a non Punjabi non Sikh women and this creates confusion to them because you being a Punjabi Sikh male is supposed to mean that you are an ugly hairy pervert. 

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2 hours ago, Redoptics said:

Who said?

What you said, it's a term of agreement.  

1 hour ago, puzzled said:

People can show their t1ts and c0cks off as much as they want but when it comes to representing sikhs or at the gurdwara then no they should not be allowed   and something needs to be done because it's getting out of hand. 

True, but have you seen the state of people running the Gurdwara's, some of them haven't got a clue about Sikhi.

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1 hour ago, Ranjeet01 said:

This is because of cognitive dissonance. 

A lot of the females in our cultural background do not hold the males of our cultural background with any value.

This is because of partly the "fempowerment" movement and also because they have the image of the "Asian babe" for the last couple of decades, it has given a lot of these females an inflated sense of entitlement and  inflated egos.

Because you were seen with a female of a different race and cultural background it creates dread in these females from our cultural background. 

When you are seen with a female,  it creates 2 things with other females:

1. Pre-selection 

2. Social Proof.

It means that you have higher value and are attractive to a non Punjabi non Sikh women and this creates confusion to them because you being a Punjabi Sikh male is supposed to mean that you are an ugly hairy pervert. 

Yeah very true,  they really don't expect it when they see a sikh guy with Kesh having fun laughing with a non punjabi female.  It's actually really interesting  especially that even my friend noticed it. 

I find asian females to be far too high up their own asses,  don't know if it's because they are spoilt or it's an insecurity   perhaps a superior complexity    whatever it is  it's an unattractive and ugly trait. 

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1 hour ago, kcmidlands said:

What you said, it's a term of agreement.  

True, but have you seen the state of people running the Gurdwara's, some of them haven't got a clue about Sikhi.

I'm pretty sure they aware of what sikhi teaches and know that wearing backless crop tops at gurdware and men turning up still half drunk from last night's party is not acceptable in gurdware   but out of greed for £££ they won't do anything 

The protests against interfaith anand karajs has lowered their yearly income 

By making rules against slutty outfits will only drop their yearly £££  as most the people that have events at gurdware these days dress slutty. 

 

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2 hours ago, puzzled said:

People can show their t1ts and c0cks off as much as they want but when it comes to representing sikhs or at the gurdwara then no they should not be allowed   and something needs to be done because it's getting out of hand. 

You really think female sikh shaheeds and sikh females of the past would appreciate the way their name is getting dragged in the gutter by these "sikh" women of today. 

Well stop saying it's just females that's all I'm saying  and this is no PC bs it's just the truth

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7 minutes ago, puzzled said:

I'm pretty sure they aware of what sikhi teaches and know that wearing backless crop tops at gurdware and men turning up still half drunk from last night's party is not acceptable in gurdware   but out of greed for £££ they won't do anything 

The protests against interfaith anand karajs has lowered their yearly income 

By making rules against slutty outfits will only drop their yearly £££  as most the people that have events at gurdware these days dress slutty. 

 

You don't know what sukhi is, simple question what is amrit

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25 minutes ago, Redoptics said:

You don't know what sukhi is, simple question what is amrit

Sukhi is the person who has conquered all fear and anxiety through amrit the love for waheguru within.  

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On a serious note. I call it the mtv-whitified generation of women in the uk.

These apnia are just copying white girls.

They also do it to tease men and say this is what we got and you cant have it. To make themselves feel superior. Many are low on confidence so dress like slappers for the attention and to show off. They dont realise they are degrading themsleves. you can look nice without showing your flesh.

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55 minutes ago, puzzled said:

Yeah very true,  they really don't expect it when they see a sikh guy with Kesh having fun laughing with a non punjabi female.  It's actually really interesting  especially that even my friend noticed it. 

I find asian females to be far too high up their own asses,  don't know if it's because they are spoilt or it's an insecurity   perhaps a superior complexity    whatever it is  it's an unattractive and ugly trait. 

The trait is arrogance. 

An arrogant man maybe attractive to many women but arrogance worn on a woman is very unattractive to a man.

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It'll be interesting to see what young amritdhari females or sikh females who preserve their dignity and dress modesty think of punjabi women who dress like slappers at the gurdwara. How do they feel about half naked women representing sikh females ? 

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15 hours ago, puzzled said:

It'll be interesting to see what young amritdhari females or sikh females who preserve their dignity and dress modesty think of punjabi women who dress like slappers at the gurdwara. How do they feel about half naked women representing sikh females ? 

I wonder how do the singhni students at universities feel about the adi-nanghis having so much part in running these sikh societies?

 

I guess those slave-mentality girls don't dress like that when they come sikh society events, but they don't mind putting these pics in whatsapp profile pics, and instagram , facebook etc? 

 

The thing is, at unis they re no longer kids/children, they are adults and yet still carry this mentality of not dressing properly!

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8 hours ago, ipledgeblue said:

The thing is, at unis they re no longer kids/children, they are adults and yet still carry this mentality of not dressing properly!

My time spent at university has shown me that for many, it’s an excuse to behave like children without any adults around to tell you off or discipline you. 

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23 minutes ago, Wicked Warrior said:

My time spent at university has shown me that for many, it’s an excuse to behave like children without any adults around to tell you off or discipline you. 

Makes you wonder if it is a good idea to send your own children there. lol

 

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