Does Green mean “available”?

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Green is a colour I adore, but it doesn’t mean I keep it for showing something. So it’s no offence to the colour.

“Green, shows that you are available, it is a sign that you are bad women” – It shocked me and invoked thousands of questions in my mind.  Does being online show that a woman is open for anything? Is it something that relates to someone’s character?  It came as a shock to me, when someone pointed it to me.

Do I need to convince someone that I am not characterless and that being online had nothing to do with my character?

Is that what the new generation think about anyone being online on social media that they are characterless.

To me, it was quite shocking, as I never went ahead checking who was online all the time and went on judging their character. I wonder why people have to think that deep when these two have no relation. Being a writer, I write and keep my social media active, like every other person who is trying to be better off. I am not popular, but I do not need to grab attention to show off when things fall in the right place and everything happens correctly. It was blunt to be accused by someone who doesn’t know anything about you.

Everyone looks with a defective eye and assumes that the other person is imperfect. A green dot doesn’t mean that the person is open to all, there might be thousands of other reasons that need not be explained to someone.

Character assassination is every “so-called-respectful” person’s interest.

Just to let “so-called-good-people” to know, I am not what you think- to know what I am – you need to think beyond your narrow brain.

 

 

 

 

 

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