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A 37-Yr Businessman With 8-Figure Income Wants A Non-Feminist Wife. Twitter Reacts Angrily


A 37-Yr Businessman With 8-Figure Income Wants A Non-Feminist Wife. Twitter Reacts Angrily

Giving ads on a newspaper for the purpose of getting married is not new and there’s nothing wrong in it too. However, a matrimonial ad has been making headlines on the Internet and social media for all the wrong reasons. Netizens are extremely angry with the conditions mentioned for the bride and have found the ad offensive. For the same, they are criticising the person who has given the ad as well as the newspaper for publishing it.

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It’s about a Mysuru-based industrialist who is 37 years old; however, he wants the bride to be below 26 years of age strictly. He is earning in eight figures with his own international export businesses and is Kshatriya by caste; nevertheless, there is no bar for caste, creed, religion and nationality of the bride.

Well, what invited flak and wrath of social media users is the part where he wrote that she should be a non-feminist.

I mean really? What was the man thinking while giving such an ad? Did he expect that a long queue of girls will be more than eager to tie the knot with him after knowing about his great (satirical) thoughts?

Here’s what the matrimonial ad read,

“A Mysore-based bachelor industrialist having own international export businesses, with Rig & Atharva Vedic background of warrior caste (Kshatriya), presently earning in eight figure, 37 years of age looking for an attractive bride with high aspiration and below 26 years of age strictly. She should be a non-smoker, non-feminist, good cook and never been married before or having any kid. Caste, Creed, Religion and Nationality, no bar. No dowry required.

Please email a short biography and recent picture of the bride.”

Check out the ad:

There is no denying the fact that this ad is highly objectionable and sexist in nature which didn’t go well with Twitterati. This is how furious people reacted over it:









As reported, a woman responded to the ad and got rape threats:

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