Desi Women’s Friendships: Explore the Dynamics

2 Aug

Desi Women’s Friendships: Explore the Dynamics

Be courteous to all, but intimate with few,

and let those few be well tried

before you give them your confidence.

True friendship is a plant of slow growth

and must undergo and withstand

the shocks of adversity

 before it is entitled to the appellation.

– George Washington.

 Although friendship is a gender neutral term but research shows gender is a major organizer of friendships. There are documented differences in friendship among men and friendship among women. Women report their friendship in terms of emotional attachment and proximity; they share feelings, thoughts, experiences and support. There is an element of self disclosure and intimacy. Women’s friendships are inclusive and cover a broad spectrum of social life. Like one could have a friend or two with she shares emotional stuff, family problems, professional dilemmas and even goes shopping or watching movies. Where as men’s friendships are more segmented and an activity focused. Such as men have different friends to enjoy different activities, few to play cricket with and few to discuss important stuff with but rarely intimacy. Fierce competition, masculine stereotype of non emotionality and fear of homosexuality prevent them from developing close friendships. There friendships are sort of exchange of favors but not keeping account as such.

There is historical romanticization of the male friendship be it Akbar-Birbal, Vikram Betal, David and Jonathan, Duryodhana and Karna, Krishna Sudama (readers may add their findings here). Then there is bollywood singing paeans of male friendship in super duper hits like Dosti, Yarana, Dil Chahta Hai or Three Idiots. These movies celebrated male friendship, purpose, courage, sacrifice and fun time together. No such examples are found in history about women’s friendships and when Desi Girl explored bollywood track record all she could find was Raste Pyar Ke, Dil Ashna Hai and Filhaal (readers may suggest their findings, Sex and the City is not desi, DG hasn’t watched Bach Ke Rehna Re Baba, may be she can’t survive it). Yes, few attempts are made by TV channels to copy western sitcoms but they are equally pathetic. These movies focused on how a women upheald patriarchal expectation of their gender roles and fun was only a subset of the whole friendship equation. First movie, is a love triangle so one heroine has to sacrifice, second one, is friendship between three friends who guard an out of wedlock pregnancy of one and third though is a bit different route to glorify motherhood in the form one woman surrogating for the other. In all three movies women at least one woman if not all women was unmarried. What happens to women’s friendship once they get married?

Women are considered identity markers of communities and families. Who women befriend depends on the liberties of their families be it natal or conjugal. It serves patriarchy in general and families in particular to keep women segregated and prevent any unity between them. In natal homes women share more domestic chores than their male siblings hence have less time to socialize after school. Thus their friendships are limited to school premises or to the tuition classes if they take any. Women’s friendship also depends on the social strata they belong to- class, caste, region, and religion. Where as men even if they stay at natal home still display social variety in their interactions. Another important factor in women’s friendship is who their parents consider to be worthy of her friendship (read their social status). They may disapprove of a tomboy or loud mouth friend, someone from poor family or lower caste or even daughter of a divorcee or bigamous family etc. Fear of loss of family reputation is used to herd women within the four walls where as men go around freely.

Once a woman marries she moves to live with her spouse and his family in another city or village. Earlier her contact with her childhood friends was limited to letters or when she visited her parents. If she was lucky and her friends too were visiting they could meet or else just leave messages with families. In the conjugal homes, women are considered outsiders and have to be trained and inducted into the family traditions. Not only the change of location but also control of conjugal kin on their mobility prevents them from establishing any friendships in the neighborhood. It is important for conjugal kin to keep the new bride isolated or else she’ll discover the skeletons hidden in their closets and the façade they have put up. Secondly, she’ll develop a support system that could help her if she needed to stand up against the atrocities of her in-laws. It is over time she develops any friendships with other women outside the conjugal home. Those friendships are again marred by constrains of family honor (ghar ki baat) thus are not very intimate, she may borrow groceries or few bucks here and there. A married woman’s ability to help her friend depends on the goodwill of her spouse and conjugal kin. Families discourage such helping because they fear their own women will seek help and revolt against the in-laws.

Within the conjugal family women are competitors and are struggling to gain authority over one another thus they rarely develop any strong bonds. There does develop a sorority between co-sisters if competition for authority and survival is eliminated.

With more women working outside the homes and speedy communication technology they are able to establish and sustain friendships. But still women’s friendship styles are more intimate, emotional and inclusive, all in a friend or friends as compared to those of men. Within these parameters women try to include fun. Every time life gets busy the first thing women let go of is their friendship with other women.

Although friendships for both men and women act as stress busters and reduces depression. A landmark UCLA Study on Friendship among Women suggests women’s friendship fills the emotional gaps in their marriages. Social ties reduce the risk of disease by lowering blood pressure, heart rate, and cholesterol. Another study concluded not having close friends or confidants was as detrimental to your health as smoking or carrying extra weight. In the same study researchers studied how women coped after death of their spouse, those women who had a close friend and confidante were more likely to survive the experience without any new physical impairments or permanent loss of vitality.  

Distance and time constraints do take toll on friendships. As our priorities change so do our interests. The friends who were once intimate may find each other incompatible to their changed needs. It is still okay to be friends and keep in contact even if our priorities change and needs remain unmet. It is also okay to make new friends now you know why.

If a man does not make new acquaintances as he advances through life,

 he will soon find himself left alone.

A man, Sir, should keep his friendship in constant repair.

                                                                                            -Samuel Johnson

Remember to

Choose your friends wisely-they will make or break you.

                                                                                         -J. Willard Marriott

  

Walk with a Friend

Walk with a Friend

Friends are Just Friends

Friends are Just Friends

After School Fun with Friends

After School Fun with Friends

Friends Sharing Heart to Heart

Friends Sharing Heart to Heart

Women Need Strong Women Not Dysfunctional Men

Women Need Strong Women Not Dysfunctional Men

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seasoned Friends

Seasoned Friends

                                                                                                                                                                                             -Desi Girl

PS: All quotes are by men, sorry will replacewith women’s quotes soon.

Submitted for BlogAdda and Pringoo Friends Forever Contest

23 Responses to “Desi Women’s Friendships: Explore the Dynamics”

  1. girlsguidetosurvival August 8, 2016 at p08 #

    Reblogged this on A Desi Girl's Guide to Relationship Survival.

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  2. Zaira Hakeemshah November 29, 2010 at p11 #

    Followed from IHM’s latest blog.Was so pleased to read this blog.
    I have a very few quality friends,..Quantity is too much to count..Reliable ones very few,of which few are boys..
    And this exactly was one of my pre-marriage anxieties -Losing those precious tie of frienship Happily I was blessed with a wonderful man in my life ((http://zradar.wordpress.com/2010/10/11/the-best-thing-about-marriage-2/), so maintaining the ties had never been tough. And the one step that I took for this was to make all my friends close to him,so that they started calling him and including him in our group mails and taking advises from him and so on..
    But then there are a few whom I would love to be in touch with,but they cant maintain the flow due to some or other post-marriage or busy-life or oh-no-i-forgot reasons..I try to understand and still try to stay n touch,and sometimes wonder whether they value it as much as I do..😦 Cant help sometimes but to mail them again in the hope that later they would come back..

    @Zaira Hakeemshah,
    Welcome to GGTS, a safe space.
    So nice to hear you have an understanding partner. At time even DG feels as if she is responsible for keeping touch with every one. She sends birthday and new year emails or even calls her GFs they are really busy people. The only one with not much to do is DG but then that is a choice we all make.

    That was a good stratergy to make him friends with your friands some guys are open to the idea and some are not so it is also about personalities. But DG is very happy for you.

    Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.
    Peace,
    Desi Girl

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  3. Vivek November 28, 2010 at p11 #

    “Fierce competition, masculine stereotype of non emotionality and fear of homosexuality prevent them from developing close friendships.”…i do not agree with statement at all. I have seen guys bonding very closely. Talking about things which they wouldn’t talk about in open for the fear that such talk would be “unsuitable” for guys.
    And as far as girls’ friendships are concerned, I have always find the conversation among girls all so plastic, so fabricated. Does not appear real at all. IHM has pointed out some reasons for this here: http://worldisadrama.blogspot.com/2010/08/can-two-women-really-become-friends.html

    @Vivek,
    Welcome to GGTS, a safe space.

    It is your right to disagree and you are very right this statement is not true in the Desi context. It is applicable in homophobic West. It was purposefully retained in this post to see if anyone will point it. But none other than you came so close.

    Holi in Banaras and the Mahaland of Modernity by Lawrence Cohen in Nivedita Menon edited Sexualities(2008) and other chapters in the book endorse the alternative spaces for gender performance.

    South Asian Masculinities: Context Of Change, Sites Of Continuity by Radhika Chopra is another good text to understand masculinities.

    Have you thought what is “unsuitable” to talk about for grown up men and why? Who decides the nature of content of conversation and audience of such conversations for grown up people? People themselves or the forces external to them?

    DG has no clue what is plastic conversation? She and her friends have pretty rock solid and up in the face conversations.
    DG is glad you like IHM’s response coz’she has used DG’s post as cross reference.

    Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.

    Peace,
    Desi Girl

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    • Anil Singhal June 22, 2012 at p06 #

      I think I will agree with Vivek too. I always had very close male friends too. At IIT hostel despite every our own good rooms, we stayed together for the entire 2 years of hostel life and this would be construed so homosexual. Thankfully- not in India! But ya, I remember I visited a close friend in USA, and at SFO airport when I was about to hug him!.. He ran away!🙂

      Also, I was wondering – what about male / female friendship beyond marriage (I mean of which atleast one if not both are married) ? You have / had some say on that? I’m always at cross purposes with it! Do you think for married people- spouses have to be their best friends?

      @Anil Singhal,
      Welcome to GGTS, a safe space.

      Yes, there is too much homophobia in the US. In other cultures there is space for multiple genders and sexualities, like in India there is space for Hijras (eunuchs) even if it is narrow and construed but they are not criminalized.

      Friendship between married people is a complex topic. In desi context it is assumed that a woman will automatically become friends with his friends’ wives. Friendships are voluntary not imposed though under these circumstances women try to accept it as they don’t have much say or choice.
      Now when age of marriage is delayed there are more opportunities for men and women to commingle and form cross gender friendships. Again it is expected a woman will give up her male friends as it is assumed hereon her husband is capable of meeting all her physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Where as man as usual can continue but the catch is his female friend will be another man’s wife so she’ll with draw from her male friend. Problem solved.

      DG believes if you are not attracted to someone in their prime youth then it is not happening when they have packed 30+ lbs and lost hair. Most of DG’s friends are single and those with partners (girlfriends and spouses) draw a balance. What we share as friends remains between friends and partners ought to respect it. They don’t have to like DG and DG doesn’t have any desire to be their pal either coz’ friendships take time, effort and commitment to thrive. You meet DG for lunch please inform your partner don’t make it a news. It is that simple.

      Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.
      Peace,
      Desi Girl

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  4. Bhavia August 13, 2010 at p08 #

    Hey I actually made a mistake of losing some of my friends after settling down..but thank god that my friends were sensible and matured enough to show my blunder.Then I understood how much they valued me.

    My gang is still strong and will be always the best..🙂

    Yes,at times its difficult to choose between whether to go with husband or with the friends.But this can be solved if there is good rapport between the couples.

    @Bhavia,
    Welcome to GGTS, a safe space.
    Yes, it is difficult to make the choice between whether to go with husband or friends… But why should such a situation arise in the first place? Women are expected to accept everything their husbands and their families like but not the other way round. Isn’t it time women started questioning these double standards and supporting each other by coming out of their comfort zones.🙂

    Friendship is not about numbers but quality… How many of our girlfriends be able to stand for us and support us if we encountered emotional, physical, financial or relationship crisis… Will they be feel helpless if their spouses disapproved or will they go ahead and do the right thing…

    Desi Girl is glad you have good friends.
    Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.

    Peace,
    Desi Girl

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  5. Someone Is Special August 4, 2010 at p08 #

    Thanks for stopping by Few Miles and for the wonderful critics. I will surely consider your words. Do read my Save a Heart Initiative and let me know how it is…

    Few Impacts: Your blog template is very nice.. Your signature is also very good and I see only few people stick to their signature even when they comment.. Great…

    Yours Frendly,
    Saravana Kumar M

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  6. girlsguidetosurvival August 4, 2010 at p08 #

    Movie was Lajja, Koirala’s charecter is trying to escape her abusive spouse and during her journey she meets different women who are struggling with patriarchal society and families at their own levels. These different women help her to continue her journey. But there was no friendship between them. They just assisted one another and had no fun be it together or one on one. To be able to have fun is an important part of friendship.

    Fully agree with the font size. Do not know what to do this theme does not have many features. I usually increase the page size by clicking on the magnifying sign (100% to 125 or more) on the bottom right corner of the screen. Look even my attenmpt to reply within the comment looks disaster.

    Thanks for understanding the insights of this post.

    Peace,
    Desi Girl

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  7. restless August 4, 2010 at p08 #

    and yes, i remember to have seen another hindi movie which showed bonding of three women, in which one helps the others who were in distress. dont remember the name, i think there was madhuri dixit, manisha koirala and may be rekha (not sure about this). set up in some rural background, that’s all i remember.

    Movie was Lajja, Koirala’s charecter is trying to escape her abusive spouse and during her journey she meets different women who are struggling with patriarchal society and families at their own levels. These different women help her to continue her journey. But there was no friendship between them. They just assisted one another and had no fun be it together or one on one. To be able to have fun is an important part of friendship.

    Fully agree with the font size. Do not know what to do this theme does not have many features. I usually increase the page size by clicking on the magnifying sign (100% to 125 or more) on the bottom right corner of the screen.

    Peace,
    Desi Girl

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  8. restless August 4, 2010 at p08 #

    Oh My God, u have worked really hard on this (as always). I never thought, we could look at the topic of friendship like this! A very different perception and a commendable one.

    i feel, u have a very deep insight into women’s life. Very minutely u brought out things esp i liked the way a newly wed girl is given induction trg, keeping her away from family secrets and from mingling with other women friends. Its so so true. also yes, the families decided which girl is good as a friend for their daughter, class religion do come in the way. Very deeply understood and very effectively stated. Hat off Desi Girl!

    I think this is the winning post! all the best for the contest!

    just one thing, i dont know somehow i found the font very small. wish u cud do something about it.

    restless

    http://myworldmyperception.blogspot.com

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  9. girlsguidetosurvival August 3, 2010 at p08 #

    @Someone is Special,

    Welcome to GGTS, a safe space.
    Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.

    @anjugandhi,
    Thanks for recognizing the hard work that goes in each post and response. Desi women are raised with just one motto they have to fulfill all their dreams, aspirations and needs through marriage. Women are taught to treat friends as secondary to primary relationships that is family. Blood is thicker than water. Women are aware of their relocation into home amongst the relatively stranger household prepares them for not to invest too much emotion in friendship with girl friends. Thus they readily mingle with wives of their spouse’s friends. They are not her friends, their loyalties lie with their husbands who are friends to the first woman’s spouse. This is one reason women are surprised when their friends do not support her but her abuser(s).
    You are right; woman’s spouse has rare audiences with her friends and their families as they are all busy and are in different cities. Even when they are around men have hard time accepting and establishing friendships with their wives gang.

    Platonic friendships do work, they change when one of them has unmet intimacy needs in the primary relationship (spouse). Intimacy is just not sex it feeling of safety to be vulnerable both emotionally and sexually. If primary relationship is fulfilling and secure and the other partner has healthy self perception and self esteem I don’t think why would they have trouble.
    Desi Girl thinks it is a fallacy that one relationship can fulfill all your needs.

    @Bikram,
    I liked your idea. Yes even the song you suggested Yeh Dosti Hum Nahin Chhodenge… Single women do have fun in school, college, hostels, trips, excursions etc. But once they get married things change for them. They are barely able to keep contact with each other. Thanks to communication technology it is helping it so much.

    …it’s a myth in our culture that girls get married and go away to a new hosue where they make new friends…

    Sorry it is a reality of greater numbers of married women. Refer @preetidutta’s comment below. My then spouse had to introduce my friend and her husband as his friends because his parents would have had a fit that how dare my ffriends visit me without their permission.

    @preetidutta,
    Thanks for filling in all the details. I remember my teachers tried to break Rinky and me apart because I was tomboy, loud, asked too many questions and played with boys (girls by 10th grade gave up playing all they did was sit and gossip or read romantic novels). They were concerned I’ll be a bad influence on docile, lady like intelligent Rinks. We just celebrated 24 years of our friendship.
    Rinks is going through a bad separation she hasn’t told her family that I have been divorced for 5 yrs now. She knows every one will blame her seperation on me. Like they did for her love marriage where as it was she who got me hooked.
    Your dad has a point. But recently, Atiya proposed we all single women who may be single even in future due to what ever reason should start building a network of support. I have not met her friends but they are aware of my presence and know how to reach me. So does she. We women need strong women in our lives than dysfunctional men and relationships.
    Desi Girl’s late friend Joyce Harris insisted we build our own family of friends, we be there for one another and celebrate good times and help through hard times. That is what families do so why can’t we do that, we do not have to even split assets and carry childhood bitterness many carry life long.

    Peace,

    Desi Girl

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    • Ann Tracy February 27, 2013 at p02 #

      Vow !

      @Ann Tracy,

      Welcome to GGTS, a safe space.
      Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.
      Peace,
      Desi Girl

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  10. preetidutta August 3, 2010 at p08 #

    its again a matter of realization , i have noticed it all my life and thankfully never let anybody else decide who should be my friend .

    girls friends are always the one your family is aware of and approve ..her mom cousin eloped with some one , you cant be her friend ..you cant go to her house , she has an elder brother .you cant be friends because she wears skirts and have a boy friend..you will notice it all around you.
    i remember my MIL asking me to meet my best friend at home instead of us going out at a mall and spending time there..ofcourse i said no and went out and that was an issue ,No one ever asked my Ex to bring home all the friends he met .

    and after my divorce , my friends have been adviced to stay away from me cos i can be a bad influence ..how dare i be divorced , drink , party and stay happy ..women are not supposed to be like that .I might just make other girls see that there is a life beyond marriage and they can be happy this way too ..:)and am blessed to have friend who told me what her parents asdviced her and then said ” I felt bad when mom said that about you , and do i have to tell you that no one and nothing can change our friendship”

    I had a discussionwith dad on single womnen’s friendship .he said after a while you will find everyone married , and women dont want single and smart women around their hsubands ..so this way u’ll loose all ur male friends slowly .also your girl friend’s attitude will change with time ..then i told dad that i have a circle of single women Also ..He was adamant that they will not be single for long and sooner or later I will be only single person around. off topic I know , but as we discused it ysday it came to my mind …:)

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  11. Someone Is Special August 3, 2010 at p08 #

    Wow! Great thoughts about frendship, particularly the difference of gender is awesome.. Great !

    Friend – a simple word which synonym most powerful relationship in this world. Converts I to We – strongest bonding made of love and care!

    I wish you a good luck for the contest, “Friends Forever

    Do stop by Saravana Kumar M – Friends Forever and feed me with your thoughts.

    If you wish to save a heart, then stop by The Untold Story

    Yours Frendly,
    Saravana Kumar M

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  12. Bikram August 3, 2010 at p08 #

    I will forward this post to all the directors producers and writier to make sure that the new movies come up with GIRL firendships .. some songs on them and all🙂

    the reson why this happens is because its a myth in our culture that girls get married nad go away to a new hosue where they make new friends .. I think that myth needs to be broken .. i am sure even if they move to a new home they can carry on with frienships…

    all the best for the contest

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  13. anjugandhi August 2, 2010 at p08 #

    i really admire you. you do so much research before writing on any topic
    most of the women have to forgo their friends at the alter of marriage.and they don’t have any hesitation in gelling with husband’s group but how many husbands will easily mix with the wife’s gang?
    somehow i feel the best friendship can exist between a man and a woman. but then a doubt do crops in — whether it can remain platonic through out? more so the society will always look for hidden meaning behind the friendship
    why cann’t the friendship be just friendship? why bring sex into it.
    i know of cases where the couples find mental stimulation else where without effecting their marital relations. but the issue once again is the other partner will on one stage or another look down upon such friendship

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  14. girlsguidetosurvival August 2, 2010 at p08 #

    @Harish Krishnan and @namit,

    Welcome to GGTS, a safe space.

    @Harish we already sorted out your still thinking… over the chat. So we are good there.🙂

    @namit,

    …kinda research we need on friendship..its just something beyond explanations and logics…

    Then it wont be research my friend it will be just making assumptions and generalizations that will ignore the reality of numerous people and groups.

    …you just happen to be friends and best friends dats it…no war of sexes included..

    Who even talked about war of sexes? Can women be just friends with other women forgetting their caste, class, religion, region etc differences? Lets forget women for a minute, watch this video and tell can these kids from two different castes be just friends?

    Yes, they can if their elders let them mix. From such a young age they are taught boundaries who they can befriend and who not to be befriend, where they can go and where not. Like wise women are not free to be friends with other women because families and communities sets limits on it. Theoritically you’ll agree that you can be friends with a non literate homeless person on the street but practically is it feasible? One’s class, caste religion and how many more statuses will come in between. Similarity of personal interests and attraction etc all comes latter.

    This is the whole point of this post was that when social their interactions are controlled women are deprived of support from other women. Friendship between sexes is something very remote… When women can’t even freely mix with other women do you think families will tolerate their friendship with men?🙂

    Here women to women:

    Desi Girl is amused how it became war of sexes?

    Please share this message of hope with anyone who may benefit.

    Peace,

    Desi Girl

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  15. namit August 2, 2010 at p08 #

    and most of all what kinda research we need on friendship..its just something beyond explanations and logics..you just happen to be friends and best friends dats it…no war of sexes included..🙂

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  16. Harish Krishnan August 2, 2010 at p08 #

    Although friendship is a gender neutral term but research shows gender is a major organizer of friendships. This line itself caught my attention and made me think. Can we differentiate between Male Friendships and Female Friendships? What is the difference? I am still thinking…🙂

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