I am Anshu Jain, A Small Town Girl.
Moving to a big city is not so easy for us; we get picked, our opinions remain unheard and we are tagged as just “SMALL TOWN GIRLS”.
It’s not a status thing. It pains me physically to see a woman victimized, rendered pathetic, by few people belonging to a certain place. I believe that everybody should be heard and respected on their ideas and actions. I started out when a teacher picked me and because he could not target anything else he targeted my small-town-ness, I got up with pride and laughed it out because it never mattered to me. I wear my city with pride because I am not just literate, I am educated.
dear small town girls, carry your city with pride and to people who judge us, who cares about them. our thoughts are way bigger than your cities.
I am putting out my thoughts, ideas and opinions out in the world. It is my journey. I am going to carve it and I am proud of it. I am sharing it for all the big or small girl or a boy, who is not confident at a point in their life to see and look that he or she is not alone. That nothing can stop them from being who they want to be. Keep dreaming. Keep Loving.