Why Sonam and all other women are depicted as unfaithful

Meme directly translated to "I think this girl is only Sonam (Indian female name) is unfaithful".

A few years back, a disgruntled lover in India wrote the words "Sonam Gupta is unfaithful" on a tattered note of money and posted it on the internet, resulting in all Sonam Guptas becoming infamous overnight. The memes and jokes cracked about Sonam being unfaithful have not stopped circulating the internet since (see featured meme above).

In this image, a guy is sitting close to one woman whilst behind her he is holding hands with another woman. Below it says, “I think this girl is only Sonam (Indian female name) is unfaithful”. 

The troubling thing in this image is that the guy here seems to be the one who is unfaithful and not the highlighted woman, because he is the one who appears to already have a partner and is going literally behind her back to have a physical connection with someone else. 

Sadly, as it is always shown, the female is the evil one, and she is the one who is depicted as unfaithful. It is very disturbing, the kind of subliminal messages it sends to the millions who see such images constantly on their screen and it keeps feeding the idea that women are the cause of a relationship breakdown. 

Author Bio: 
Zahabiya Aejaz is a Mumbai born & raised Feminist on a mission to change the way we view women.
 Zahabiya Aejaz | Instagram @feminism.za | Email: zaejaz2@yahoo.com  


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