Progress is desirable and possible, but not on the basis of pseudo-scientific theoretical novelties and fads which are in many cases merely alibis for moral responsibility and moral training. Science is a mighty weapon, a glittering sword in the hand of civilization. But if civilization permits science to rob it of its moral foundations it will be a case of suicide by falling on its own sword.
This is just another Bikini Interlude. This one focusing on the beautiful bikini babes of Asia Minor. It seems to me to be a shame that so many of us in the West simply forget that there’s a lot of beaches there and that Desi babes look so fine in their bikinis.
Westernized vs Traditional (Pashchimeekrt vs Paramparaagat)
As I said before, the women of Asia Minor – especially the Indian subcontinent – are quite beautiful and a, for we Westerners, great choice for dating and marriage. But, it does raise the question: Western (Pashchimeekrt) or Traditional (Paramparaagat) dress? Which do you prefer?
Simply put, Desi women look good in Western clothes. The beauty standards they grew up in make them fill out Western clothes very well. And, given that most of them that we’d run into are NRI’s, this is how we’re going find the majority of them dressed anyway.
In point of sad fact, many of the younger generations of Desi babes in the West don’t even know how to properly wear a sari – as my wives found out to their surprise when they were held up as examples to some younger Indian girls.
But then we have the traditional clothes of their origin – and the quasi-traditionalcholi. And I defy any hetero man – and the majority of women – to say that Desi women don’t look absolutely gorgeous in their “native” garb. Saris – with or without cholis, lehengas, and dupattas; they’re all delightful.
This, of course, presents us in the West who want or even prefer Desi women as our mates a bit of a conundrum. Pashchimeekrt or Paramparaagat? Fortunately, this hard choice is, by and large, a false choice. There are times and places for both Western and Traditional dress.
Indeed, the only issue I and my wives have found is that the majority of Paramparaagat women’s clothes available in the West are very ornate and meant for very formal occasions. There’s a dearth of casual, business casual, and semi-formal options available.
But, Desi babes aren’t just beautiful in and of themselves. They’re beautiful, if currently under-recognized, occurrence for the wold as a whole because they prove the issue of most of the rest of the world’s cultures’ beauty standards.
All of them fine women in this post are prominent models and actresses in India and the surrounding areas that make up Bollywood’s market. But, unlike many areas, these women, essentially making a fine living at least partially due to their looks, are not all of the same mold and do seem to have to starve themselves for that success. Also, some of them are quite older than is the norm for sex symbols in other countries.
Yeah, a longer career time and getting to have a far healthier body while being acclaimed as being the most eye-pleasing that they’re people have to offer is exactly the sort of true beauty that Desis bring to the table.
NOTE: Bollywood and India in general aren’t without their beauty issues. They, like many Eastern peoples, do have an unhealthy desire to be gori (light-skinned), and many of their women do feel the need to use dangerous skin-lightening chemicals to achieve this look.
Inappropriate “Appropriations” aka Oops! (Click to Enlarge)
Upon seeing this beautiful, young woman, there’s an all-too-common sort of race-baiting, White-hating SJW which will instantly start ranting about “Cultural Appropriation” and “White Supremacy.” After all, she is wearing a Maang Tikka.
Well, Oops! The young lady in question is half French and half INDIAN! I guess they shouldn’t be so quick to judge women by the color of their skin. 😉
I will say, however, that she’s “overdressed” unless she’s having a beach wedding. As I’ve said before, Maang Tikka are part of Shaadi and are properly worn only at a woman’s wedding or at similarly important events.
Oh, look! A Black woman out on the town, wearing Indian-Pakistani wedding jewelry (Shaadi), specifically a Maangtikka (Diadem), Bali (Earrings), and a Nath (Nose Ring). She’s even wearing a Bindi too. How very culturally appropriated.
I’ve got to say though that she’s reached a new nadir in misusing the material trappings of another people. Shaadi is very specifically wedding jewelry, especially the Maangtikka and Nath and she’s just wearing it around town. That’s just some dumb-ass, ratchet shit there!