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  1. Katie Price said, "Firstly I?d like to make it clear that Peter and Kieran have contributed to the state of my mental health."
  2. When it comes to work, there’s a certain notion that it is unmanly for men to be contributing to household chores. Somehow the thought of doing unpaid labour seems disconcerting to some. But is it necessary for a man’s worth to be dependent solely on their ability to contribute financially to the household? Over the years we’ve grown accustomed to seeing only women in the kitchen, which is an issue in itself as it unjustly resigns the role of household chores to them; a harmful stereotype that needs to be overcome. We caught up with a few men who were comfortable breaking that mould in their lives. Whether you want to call them ‘Househusbands’, ‘Homemakers’ or whatever else you want to, these men aren’t afraid to get their hands messy. Here are seven desi men talking about their experiences as home makers and house husbands: “I never felt that compulsion, honestly. In my family, it’s always been my mother and aunts who have worked... who have been the breadwinners. Growing up I anyway did ghar ka saara kaam. Became quite good at it. And Payal* honestly isn’t that great at all this, especially cooking. Can’t take it. So I decided to make the house my arena. It works out well both ways. ” - Vishal*, 29 © iStock “We’re financially secure, even on Surabhi’s income. That kind of money comes with its own responsibilities. As did my previous job. And even though after Amyrah happened, I wanted to play a more active role as the caretaker, I still feel homemaking has felt more natural to me than anything else. And I still feel the manliest I’ve ever felt.” Lokesh*, 41 © iStock “Lost my job last year. Haven’t really been doing that well ever since, you know? I don’t think I ever imagined myself as a “House husband”, but just someone holding fort for now. At least until I feel a little more confident. Yash* has been extremely supportive about this. Who knows what’ll happen in the future?.” - Rohit*, 33 © iStock “The concept of a homemaker is difficult to accept sometimes. I always thought I’d be the breadwinner, the responsible adult. But it turned out to be too much pressure that I never signed up for. At times I feel such terms can be repulsive to hear for some men.” - Prosenjit*, 26 © iStock “I keep getting to hear unsolicited remarks on who’s ‘wearing the pants’ in our relationship. After 3 years of homemaking it stops really mattering you know? Who says men can’t be house husbands or homemakers or whatever you wanna call it? My house is way more functional than any of theirs. And I’m damn proud of the fact that I’ve contributed to that in my way as a homemaker. Just because house work isn’t considered paid work doesn’t mean it isn’t actual effort. Whether it be my mom, or now me. we’re keeping our homes safe, clean, happy and well fed. That reminds me, you try this risotto I made for Ankita last week. It’ll blow your mind!” - Subhash*, 31 © iStock “Most of my work had become from-home anyway, and freelance projects stopped being consistent a long time back. So logically it came to a place where Sandra and I spoke about the entire scene. Her work has different demands from mine and I realised I was spending way too much time waiting around for work to come in. That started taking a toll on my self esteem. It was difficult at first… and it still is sometimes. But now I’m far more comfortable with the routine. There are people who make fun of me for it, Sandra’s annoying aunt keeps commenting on it. Ab whenever I’m washing the dishes I just imagine it’s her irritating face and take out the frustration. Kaam bhi ho jaata hai aur sukoon bhi milta hai.” - Amitoj*, 31 © iStock “I’m still new to being called a homemaker. However it did get me in touch with my secret love for cooking. For instance, I never knew that I’d be this good at making dal makhani. My friends and family used to find the fact that I was chill being a house husband pretty weird. But when they tasted the food I cooked, they shut up. I’m thinking I’ll just start an Instagram page for my dishes. Wait a minute, if a brand sponsors, will it mean that I won’t be a house husband anymore?” - Kunal* 26 © iStock We’re just glad to see more men are expressing themselves in ways that were previously uncommon. Would you be willing to consider homemaking as an alternative? Do let us know in the comments! View the full article
  3. No amount of words can describe the immense pride and the overflow of emotions resonated by the feeling of patriotism. Our brave soldiers gave up their own security of living a safe life so we could sleep in peace, knowing that we are protected. One can only imagine the pain endured by the families of the martyrs who lay down their lives as they bravely serve the nation. Here are a few instances where the wives of martyred army officers showed their bravery and served the nation: 1. Captain Shalini SinghShe got married to her husband Major Avinash Bhadauria at the age of 19 and at 23, her husband became a martyr after fighting in Doda, Kashmir with 8 Rashtriya Rifles Unit against a group of terrorists. She left her post graduation midway to appear and clear the SSB interview and was called for a week long interview. She faced many hurdles, including bringing her toddler and her parents along. On 7th September 2002, this brave woman was inducted officially as an officer in the Indian Army. Captain Shalini served in the Army for five years before retiring. © Facebook 2. Lieutenant Priya SemwalMarried to an Army Jawan Naik Amit Sharma in 2006, her future came to a stand still when she heard about the untimely demise of her husband at Hilly Tawang near Arunachal Pradesh in 2012. She was the first Army wife of a non commissioned officer to join the Army after clearing the CDS and SSB exams. She eventually got inducted in the Corps of the Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (EME) of the Indian Army. © Twitter 3. Lieutenant Neeta DeswalAfter Major Amit Deswal of 21 Para battalion attained martyrdom in a counter-insurgency operation in Manipur in April 2016, his wife Neeta Deswal joined the OTA after being recruited in the 18th short service commission (non-tech) course in November 2016 by Army’s Services Selection Board (SSB), Bhopal. © Twitter 4. Lieutenant Nikita KaulPulwama hero Late Army Major Vibhuti Shankar Dhoundiyal’s wife Nikita Kaul Dhoundiyal made the nation proud when she decided to serve the Indian Army and joined as Lieutenant Nikita Kaul Dhoundiyal. She cleared her exam six months post her husband was martyred while serving the nation. #MajVibhutiShankarDhoundiyal, made the Supreme Sacrifice at #Pulwama in 2019, was awarded SC (P). Today his wife @Nitikakaul dons #IndianArmy uniform; paying him a befitting tribute. A proud moment for her as Lt Gen Y K Joshi, #ArmyCdrNC himself pips the Stars on her shoulders! pic.twitter.com/ovoRDyybTs — PRO Udhampur, Ministry of Defence (@proudhampur) May 29, 2021 5. Flying Officer Garima AbrolSquadron leader Samir Abrol was martyred in the Mirage 2000 fighter plane crash. She completed her training from Air Force Academy and is now an Indian Air Force Officer. She decided to follow the footsteps of her husband and serve the nation bravely. Ms Garima Abrol, now Flying Officer Garima Abrol, wife of late Squadron leader Samir Abrol, who lost his life an Air Accident, passed out from Air Force Academy yesterday. The real role models of our Nation. @SpokespersonMoD @MinistryWCD @DefenceMinIndia @IAF_MCC pic.twitter.com/ZP34tWBG1q — PRO Shillong, Ministry of Defence (@proshillong) December 20, 2020 © Twitter View the full article
  4. Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are, hands down, the most loving couple we have in the B-Town. They make sure that wherever they go they paint the town red with their love. Ranveer has always been quite open in terms of confessing his love for Deepika. Their wedding became the talking point and we couldn't stop gushing about the two of them. Ranveer has time and again given us boyfriend goals and now husband goals. Ranveer has given us one more reason to believe that he is the perfect husband material. Deepika took to Instagram to share a picture of Ranveer with her and Anisha Padukone and captioned it, "cuddles & snuggles! smashed in the middle! @ranveersingh@anishapadukone." Ranveer has wrapped his world in his arms. Well, we might as well say Ranveer is seen chilling with his 'gharwali' and his 'aadhi gharwali'. View this post on Instagram cuddles & snuggles! smashed in the middle!â¤ï¸ @ranveersingh @anishapadukone A post shared by Deepika Padukone (@deepikapadukone) on Apr 24, 2019 at 3:40am PDT At the trailer launch of 'Simmba', Ranveer had said that he is working towards being called as the 'husband of the millennium'. If you ask us, we would say that he has already got the tag. Coming to the work front, Ranveer is at the top of his game. He will be seen next in Kabir Khan's '83' wherein he will be seen stepping into the shoes of Kapil Dev. Are you waiting to see Ranveer nail the role of Kapil Dev? Let us know in the comments below!
  5. You know how you see couples with huge height differences? Like, if the woman is a 4 ft 11 inches and the man is a good 6 feet tall, towering over her? Turns out, they're more likely to have a successful and happy relationship than most. Borlem You see, the key lies in the difference of heights. And now, there's even science to back that up. According to a recent study, the couples with biggest height differences have the best relationships and make perfect marriages. And that's not all. The study further divulges specific details that prove that shorter wives and taller husbands actually make for the most ideal of relationships and are stronger as a couple than most others. Also, taller men as it would turn out, seem to have a more sexually satisfied appetite than most other men. And when you really do put two and two together, you'd come to realize that in a lot of ways, these dynamics and facts have been right about romantic relationships, with or without the quantification of a scientific study. Huffington Post “Although it has been known that women prefer tall men in mating for evolutionary reasons, no study has investigated whether a taller husband makes his wife happier. A greater height difference in a couple was positively related to the wife's happiness,” explains Dr Sohn in the Journal Of Personality and Individual Differences. The study further goes on to reveal that husbands play a rather significant role in building and making a relationship last and stand the test of time. Women with taller husbands generally tend to be happier in their relationships than most others. Pinterest This isn't to say that most other relationships aren't built to last. A scientific study and a general obvious dynamic do not determine the elasticity of a relationship. It has a lot more to do with two people and the kind of connection they share with each other. And if the love and the connection are deeply intertwined, I highly doubt a difference in height can really influence one's relationships much. So, couples who don't have much of a height difference between the two spouses, don't feel disheartened. Your relationship is based on a lot more than just height differences and scientific studies. Take it with a pinch of salt.
  6. Virender Sehwag is one of the wittiest cricketers out there. Hell, he IS the wittiest. From trolling fellow cricketers to tweeting about the plight of married men, Viru paaji has taken Twitter by storm. Remember the time he tweeted to Ashwin Ravichandran and, basically, spoke for every married man out there: Congrats href="https://twitter.com/ashwinravi99">@ashwinravi99 for an incredible 7th Man of the series. Only a married man can understand d urgency of going home early.#FamilyTime — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) October 11, 2016 This time his tweet comparing spilt ACs to husbands is just winning the internet, hands down. We wonder what his wife has to say about it though: Husband condition is like Split AC. How much ever noise outside , inside the house cool,silent and remote controlled. Shaant,shushil pati. pic.twitter.com/f80oWkaQSz — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) April 14, 2017 His Twitter fan had the ultimate reply: @virendersehwag Hahaha. Brilliant. Remote Control takes away the cake. Stay blessed both of you. — पनुन कशमीर (@indujalali) April 14, 2017 Viru Paaji clearly knows the rules of marriage: Marriage is a workshop where husband works and wife shops. But Biwi ji Rocks ! Works and Shops ! pic.twitter.com/8W8WEr7wvd — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) February 18, 2017 And he knows how to ‘compliment’ his wife too: With wife be like u r at non-striker end.Let her do the talking & run when you need to #mybestpartner#ViruKaGyaan pic.twitter.com/x8R2qZN7dF — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) September 2, 2016 Viru Paaji sure knows the secret to a happy married life. Are you a split AC?
  7. Since we were kids, we were taught that one shouldn’t judge others but when we hear stories like these we can’t help but say that ‘what goes around comes around’ and that karma is a real bitch. Well, 43-year-old Sandrine Devillard is definitely going to be cursing her life right now as she watched her late husband’s fortune slip out of her hands. Sandrine, a business woman and pop singer was tagged as a gold digger when she married 68-year-old Marchel Amphoux. It was said that she married Amphoux (who was 21 years senior to her) for his property that was worth millions. © Facebook Hold on to your seats guys as things turned interesting from here and the whole incident looks like it was picked up straight from a thrilling Mahesh Bhatt movie. Amphoux was said to own a lot of property but lived his life as a hermit and was dwelling in a shack. Sandrine is a pop singer who also owns four businesses with an estate agency being one of them. She wanted to buy his five Alpine shepherds’ huts, located near the ski resort of Serra-Chevalier, which was apparently worth millions. Well, the so called ‘mountain man’ refused to sell the property, so she asked him out instead. Wow! Who does that? Anyway, they both started dating and got married in 2011 but Sandrine didn’t live in the Alpine hut, she returned to Paris like the socialite that she is. © YouTube Amphoux lived an eccentric or rather old-fashioned life while Sandrine was kind of a glam girl. Guess, opposites do attract after all! But, his friends were not at all happy with his choice and were actually convinced that she was after him for his property and money. Looking at their different lifestyles, it was easy for anyone to have such thoughts. Guess what; to stop the rumours from spreading, she even released a single - "L'appel du soleil", to show how much she loves him. Can you feel her love already? However, things turned awry when Amphoux mysteriously died in a car crash in 2012 and Sandrine announced herself as the sole heir to her husband’s property. Right when she thought she hit the jackpot, something very unusual happened. The ‘inconsolable’ widow was denied the property worth millions, when the real will of Amphoux surfaced. This soon turned into an epic courtroom drama, where she ended up losing the legal battle. It turned out that just weeks before he died, he wrote a will (a scribbled one) on the back of an envelope wherein the huts would go to his tenants and the rest of his estate to a female cousin. Amphoux left nothing for the gold digger. Thank god, her single did comparatively well; else she would have been left completely embarrassed. © Facebook Although she claimed that the handwriting wasn’t his, the signatures matched, proving that he wrote the will. Angry at losing everything, she claimed in the court that she was “the victim of abuse of trust, forgery and attempted extortion.” Huh, who are you trying to fool woman? You lost the game, don’t even try now. We were trying to find one moment where we could sympathise with her but it’s just not happening. Guess Kanye was right, “Now I ain’t saying she a gold digger, but she ain’t messing with no broke niggas”. We bet this lesson must have hit her really hard. Source: The Lad Bible
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