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Before you plunge yourself into the conclusions, let’s face the reality we all wish to be true. After watching this video you’ll genuinely want that every woman should be badly bruised!
A woman with blotted cheeks, swollen eyes, bruised knees and injured back? What came to your mind? A sexually assaulted women or a victim of domestic violence? Wait, before you reach out to conclusions, ponder over this. How open are we about domestic violence, rapes, gang rapes and marital assault? Merely to an extent where we raise our voices on social media platforms with a #MeToo or block up roads with a candle in our hands. Is that even enough? Or is it making these sufferings any less? Before you plunge yourself into the conclusions, let’s face the reality we all wish to be true.
Bruises on a woman`s body do not signify rape, gang rape or domestic violence, they are the signs of freedom, independence, and self-pride only if knew how to prowess them.
Yes, and by now you could have guessed it why we say that. Reebok took this amazing initiative to celebrate bruises and show the non-derogative way to it. In the beginning, we see a woman seated with bitter bruises. Watching her sitting numb, the spectators are thrilled as they conclude that she’s been a victim of one of the things mentioned above. But the same spectators are struck hard in their spines when the girl rose from the chair an kicks in thin air.
They are stunned to see that all their conclusions were a mere figment of imagination. Those bruises echoed of her skills and hard work. She has been martial arts, and those black marks were her reward. It is a reminder that #BruisesCanBeGood.
They are bringing forward the notion that #BruisesCanBeGood. Out of the people interviewed by Reebok, it was seen that 85% people believed that she was physically abused. The results show how common and prevalent it has become in the country watch a woman sustaining injuries for all the wrong practices.
But in the meanwhile, this video is a doorway, which shows us the light in the direction where live the likes of independent, free, strong and empowered women showing that they are #FitToFight.
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