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17 hours ago, BhForce said:

So your plan for the Sikh panth is have it imitate mainstream UK society where around half of marriages end in divorce, and they are not even replacing their own population?

my comment was meant as joke. 

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21 hours ago, Jonny101 said:

Lack of Sharam is what it's all about. This is all the dark effects of Kaliyug. Besharmi is now supreme. Free sex before marriage, shockingly reprobate lifestyles like homosexuality have become normalized within our lifetime. 

Yeah, and having said that much, have the bollo0cks to point the finger at the people who've encouraged and facilitated this 'cultural shift'. 

Give you a clue, they have skins that look remarkably similar to this:

 

B-Landrace-Lola-standing-Credit-Clare-Ro

 

(and watch out - now that you've mentioned gays Ajeet is likely to turn up and throw a cissy tantrum).

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18 hours ago, BhForce said:

Excellent analysis, bro. Right on the dot.

Basically, Punjabis have an inferiority complex. They believe that they are lower than the typical Westerner, therefore they denigrate all things Sikh, including the Sikh roop.

Nowadays, it's become typical for Sikh females to have to distinction from the form of Western females. As such, they think they are high-value in the eyes of Western men. Therefore they devalue Sikh men.

Totally true that they are thrown for  a loop when they see a non-Punjabi woman even so much as talking with a Sikh man (not that I'm encouraging dating).

I wonder what our women think about these hipster beards, now with all these western men growing long beards.

For years they have been.stating their preference for clean shaven.

Are beards suddenly attractive now that white guys are growing theirs?

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16 hours ago, BhForce said:

I admit that some men are wearing somewhat tighter pants than before, but it's still not the skin tight jeans that (many) women wear.

Also, in  a page that comes up on search, where is there a picture of men wearing sleeveless shirts or crop tops?

https://www.primermagazine.com/2018/learn/what-is-smart-casual  

These are fashions that come back in cycles.

The trousers you see now where very similar to the drainpipe trousers that were worn in the 60's which were then around again in the 80's.

These are chino type trousers that are around. They are smart casual but they don't have those creases that you have with other trousers which can be problematic when ironing. 

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19 hours ago, BhForce said:

 

Basically, Punjabis have an inferiority complex. They believe that they are lower than the typical Westerner, therefore they denigrate all things Sikh, including the Sikh roop.

Nowadays, it's become typical for Sikh females to have to distinction from the form of Western females. As such, they think they are high-value in the eyes of Western men. Therefore they devalue Sikh men.

Totally true that they are thrown for  a loop when they see a non-Punjabi woman even so much as talking with a Sikh man (not that I'm encouraging dating).

I think Sikh men need to throw that in the Sikh females faces for a bit. And not give a hoot about what they have to say about it. 

When we get all insular and all Texas Chainsaw Massacre like - it only makes blokes look even more unattractive. Women are often sheeplike creatures. Just the fact that another women finds you interesting/attractive is enough to make a janani totally change their perceptions about you.

This is evolutionary psychology.

 

I believe it is older, matriarchs in the community that purposefully 'gayify' apnay munde, so that other jananis won't look at them as some sort of control mechanism. 

 

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34 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

Are beards suddenly attractive now that white guys are growing theirs?

Sadly, yes. I’ve seen apne (mone and pagh wale) grow, trim and shape their beards like the hipster trend. But they don’t let it grow naturally and openly. No, that would be unfashionable. 

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how many of these girls actually know anythin abt sikh bibiyan in sikh history? have any of em actually bothered to do any readin/research into their lives, conduct etc? at the boss camp last yr, the females were asked if they knew the bibi displayed on a banner outside the darbar. not one put their hands up. dnt forget the sangat wud have had amritdhari females present too. thats a joke. its not good enough.

imo organisations like syuk r also to blame. we know they do gd work on grooming, alcohol, drugs awareness n they also work closely with many uni sikh societies all over the uk. but if u read their social media content which is aimed at these females/students n wat these girls read theres actually more western thinkin behind it than there is gurmat/sikhi thought.

an example is tellin these girls to be careful wen they go out, keep vigilant, watch drinks, record taxi reg. plates etc. but y do these girls even need to go out to places like bars/clubs in the first place? thats where these problems happen. it makes no sense. y cant these girls do sangat together in more appropriate places where they wont be targeted by $ulleh or feel pressured by external influences to divulge in anti gurmat activities? theres never been a better time for western apniaan to enjoy the wat boys do in sikhi e.g. learnin raag kirtan, calligraphy, traditional food, languages, wateva girls like doin its allthere. sikhi bein borin aint an excuse. wake up n do sum research. its not hard.

understand that syuk may not wanna alienate these girls from sikhi n may jus wanna bridge the gap in the meantime to let em connect wiv guruji in their own way but but we all know wat theyre abt know. its time they changed the tune n incorporated a bit more sikhi ideals into their posts. these girls will soon have no choice but to take notice.

its also time the boys werent afraid to speak up n tell em how it is. we dnt need to be aggressive n force em away. but its easy to be diplomatic/tactful these days. a simple understandin of their 'stresses' of bein a modern female today wiv gentle awareness of their identity, the beauty of sikhi, the sacrifices, female role models wud be better than sayin n doin nothin.

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5 minutes ago, GuestSingh said:

an example is tellin these girls to be careful wen they go out, keep vigilant, watch drinks, record taxi reg. plates etc. but y do these girls even need to go out to places like bars/clubs in the first place? thats where these problems happen. it makes no sense. y cant these girls do sangat together in more appropriate places where they wont be targeted by $ulleh or feel pressured by external influences to divulge in anti gurmat activities?

I think they are trying to deal with ground level realities rather than an idealistic situation. Given that a certain amount of apneean will do this (and have been doing so for decades), we have to deal with this. 

We should also try to understand why people are attracted to this. 

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On 9/22/2019 at 8:35 PM, Ranjeet01 said:

The trait is arrogance. 

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

sum seem to prefer that imo. probably gives the impression that these females r strong enough to deal wiv life on their own n so he can have more time to concentrate on his other wordly matters instead? also if he suffers from somethin like depression then she can motivate him in life?

anyway in my eyes theres nothin more unattractive than an apni who imitates the chitti who thinks, talks n acts like a man. the more westernised, the more ugly.

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21 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

I think they are trying to deal with ground level realities rather than an idealistic situation. Given that a certain amount of apneean will do this (and have been doing so for decades), we have to deal with this. 

We should also try to understand why people are attracted to this. 

they do have limited resources but at the end of the day their mission is still parchaar. n that can be as basic as we make it. u wud think havin a sevadaar whos likely a female writin this content n probably cums from the same background wud also take into account wat theyre representin at the same time? maybe theyre just the same. not demanding they turn into a vidhyala overnight. were all flawed. but a bit more thought where theres an opportunity wud be much more useful instead of unknowingly encouraging n perpetuating the problem imo.

as for y they do it, we already know most of the reasons. is it the most socially accepted way to have fun? r they jealous of other females who believe they can do wat they want wivout fear of repercussion? is it the look of bein free/independent of any male control? do they have family troubles at home n wanna escape it by the easiest, quickest n cheapest means? do the father/brothers/uncles all drink? the list goes on.

uve already sed it in this thread n in the past as have others. a lot of em r jus sheep as r the males today. its natural behaviour to copy/imitate but wat were seein today in the west is wat cums wiv livin a comfortable n easy life wiv no real or continuous experience of true adverisity/hardship. 

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23 hours ago, Ranjeet01 said:

In most workplaces particularly offices, the men's dress code is far stricter than the women's dress code. 

With the extreme high temperatures a lot of men would like to wear shorts but are not able to do so. Whereas women can wear trousers, long skirts, short skirts, shorts.

In some offices where men can wear short sleeve shirts, they are not allowed t-shirts, they have to be collared or they can wear polo shirts. No such restrictons for women.

there is the eyecandy attitude in workplaces where women are encouraged to wear more  form fitting/ revealing clothes to have a 'more pleasant' work environment for men , even in Japanese  office culture women have to wear heels and skirts  they cannot wear trousers suits. Dress down fridays or smart casual offices do not have strict codes on male wear so guys tend to wear more form fitting fashions like slim leg jeans/ chinos  or even jeggings  and tight T shirts . 

Basically what people wear is dictated by fashion houses whether smart casual, casual or suits  and we know that they are pushing towards sexualising everyplace , even school playgrounds with little girls with dodgy messages written across chests or buttocks .

I don't know if you remember a serial called Ally McBeal ... and her outfits  ....lawyers are supposed to be sober and respectfully dressed but these women were not  with mini skirts on their suits and there was a big kerfuffle about it .

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5 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

there is the eyecandy attitude in workplaces where women are encouraged to wear more  form fitting/ revealing clothes to have a 'more pleasant' work environment for men , even in Japanese  office culture women have to wear heels and skirts  they cannot wear trousers suits. Dress down fridays or smart casual offices do not have strict codes on male wear so guys tend to wear more form fitting fashions like slim leg jeans/ chinos  or even jeggings  and tight T shirts . 

Basically what people wear is dictated by fashion houses whether smart casual, casual or suits  and we know that they are pushing towards sexualising everyplace , even school playgrounds with little girls with dodgy messages written across chests or buttocks .

I don't know if you remember a serial called Ally McBeal ... and her outfits  ....lawyers are supposed to be sober and respectfully dressed but these women were not  with mini skirts on their suits and there was a big kerfuffle about it .

There are women who wear these types outfits to get ahead also.

In large corporates you see a lot of game players from both genders and the fitting/revealing clothing is a ploy used by some women.

I used to work at one place and there was a woman who was middle management,  completely useless but knew how to play the game. The moment her job was under threat, the blouses got lower cut, the skirts got shorter.

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2 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

There are women who wear these types outfits to get ahead also.

In large corporates you see a lot of game players from both genders and the fitting/revealing clothing is a ploy used by some women.

I used to work at one place and there was a woman who was middle management,  completely useless but knew how to play the game. The moment her job was under threat, the blouses got lower cut, the skirts got shorter.

we all know people who play the system , personally I equate it to being a <banned word filter activated> and find it abhorrent , I believe in earning my position through actual work . There was one woman at my first job in IT who was recognised throughout the company as being in her job because she was bedding the old white dude who was double her age . I couldn't understand how she could be so besharam to prance about the office in that knowledge that everyone knew . I guess she threw out her self-worth the day she decided to start down that road .

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23 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

Yeah, and having said that much, have the bollo0cks to point the finger at the people who've encouraged and facilitated this 'cultural shift'. 

Give you a clue, they have skins that look remarkably similar to this:

 

B-Landrace-Lola-standing-Credit-Clare-Ro

 

(and watch out - now that you've mentioned gays Ajeet is likely to turn up and throw a cissy tantrum).

No doubt homosexuality is overwhelmingly a white man's disease and they are trying to spread it and force it on men all over the world. And yes it is a mental illness. Homosexuals are not reproducers, they are recruiters.

 

Black men to their credit are staying strong so are the Muslims(of all races). Hindus have legalized this illness in India. While Sikhs in India find this act disgusting but sadly the new generation of Sikhs in the West are being brainwashed into accepting this paap filled lifestyle.

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