From The Tribune
The National Stock Exchange has issued notice to 260 companies, including 145 suspended firms, for their failure to comply with Sebi’s norms of appointing at least one female director on their boards.
In February 2014, Sebi had directed companies to appoint at least one female director on their boards by October 1, 2014, a deadline that was later extended to April 1, 2015.
The headline is: “Why don’t you have female directors?”
The answer in a free country, free of feminist influence, would have been: “That’s none of your business.”
But since India is not a free country, and is more and more in the clutches of toxic feminists, we expect the companies to quietly appoint a rubber-stamp female director just to appease the authorities. The kind of respect that those female director will (not!) command can only be imagined.
Notice that they do not ask: Why don’t we have female truck drivers? Why don’t we have female rickshaw pullers? Why don’t we have more female prisoners? Why don’t we have female gutter cleaners? Why don’t we have female ATM guards? No, all that is understandable. But not having a female director? That’s impossible to tolerate.
And for those female directors hired to be yes-women of their male directors, we wonder what will be the criteria for their selection? Will it be perhaps, that they are curvy in the right places and aim to please?
In other news, check out this thread on reddit recounting (mostly) the suffering of beta Indian males in their loveless marriages. Let these be cautionary tales for anyone considering marriage as a path to happiness.