The childhood of a 90s girl is literally incomplete without this song b the Spice Girls .
”I’ll tell you what I want, what I really, really want!”
But times have changed and we have evolved. Our wannabe list includes much more than striking handsome and caring off the list.
Feminism might be misunderstood and bashed, men might feel cheated and cringe about not having a “menism” word for themselves in the vocabulary — but we gotta do what we have to.
And so, Project Everyone has produced this video starring Jacqueline Fernandez, British music trio M.O, South African hip hop artist Gigi Lamayne, and the 16-year-old model and dancer Larsen Thompson, among other entertainers.
The initiative aims to build awareness about the UN’s three prime global goals for Sustainable Development: ending extreme poverty, fighting inequality and injustice and fixing climate change. In this video, it addresses the problem of inequality for women.
View this post on Instagram
Also SeeTop Most Characters of Mahabharata
#illtellyouwhatiwantwhatireallyreallywant is to end violence against women and quality education for all girls!! made this video to take a stand for @theglobalgoals @unitednations #girlpower #spicegirlsforever 💋 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZQ2RUFd54o&feature=youtu.be
Men,on the other hand, will have sexists problems with the video undoubtedly, yet the fact has to be understood that while in visible media women are shining (at least somewhere they are) but that doesn’t mean they have been shining everywhere all this time.
The repercussions of past decades will need some time and lots of initiatives to bring women at par with men — which is why it’s called “feminism” and not “menism”.
Watch the video as you feel the 90’s nostalgia, shake a leg with those kickass ladies and see what girls really want!