Being a woman is not easy, and there is no manual for it. We are not only judged on how we dress or conduct ourselves, but we are also judged about the way we think. I have been often told that most of my thoughts are NOT FEMININE. I guess its because I wear my mind on my sleeves rather than my heart. There is so much stuff to talk about and discuss, sadly very few people gets it or will ever understand the intensity of a good conversation. The worst part is I can't discuss a woman's mind with other women, they will vehemently disagree to half the things I will say. As for men, they need to evolve into women to even talk about women's psyche. So taking refuge in books was my only option - I devoured works of Dorothy Parker, Sylvia Plath, Germaine Greer, Gloria Steinem, but it was pretty unidimensional. They were all angry women who contemplated suicide at some point in their lives. I now, rather prefer Nancy Friday or Lady Gaga's views - no matter how shocking their revelations are, they threw more light on female mind, sexuality and liberation. Yes, a woman's mind is a deep, dark and twisted land, where very few dares to tread on it. And we change it very often only because we are afraid that someone might get burnt by our thoughts.
Sigmund Freud once said, "The great question that has never been answered, and which I have not yet been able to answer, despite my thirty years of research into the feminine soul is - What does a woman want?"
When he couldn't answer that question, dear reader, how will you?