Girls in Madhya Pradesh, Afghanistan, and Cambodia, are breaking boundaries by gliding on a skateboard. All these women’s are best skateboarders of their company. In Madhya Pradesh’s Janwaar Village, a German woman Ulrike Reinhard constructed a skate park for the girl’s children, and her idea was to allow the woman in a male dominated society.
The New Year for Banglore started with a shocking incident with molestation of women. Now the girls of Bengaluru are fighting back for them to stay away from the streets by hitting the tracks on skateboards.
A video of these Banglore girls doing skating is going viral on the Internet. In the video, the women in pink saree, flaunting her nose pin and sliding on a skateboard. The girls make men stop on the street and notice her. Then comes another girl in a denim jacket and in a black cap a little girl follows her. The new song Alpha Female by the British Band “Wild Beasts.”
The lyrics of the song is “I would not hold you back. Simple as that, yeah. Alpha female, I’ll be right behind you.”
Here is the video of the Bengaluru girls on Skateboard.
The director of the video, Sasha Rainbow told Dazed, “In places like Afghanistan, Cambodia, and India, skating has not been solidified as a male sport and therefore has had a massive cultural impact, teaching values about self-empowerment through skateboarding. Because of the current political climate in the west and attitudes of intolerance and sexism across the world, I wanted to create a video that celebrates everyone who takes the risk to be themselves,”