The phrase " second class citizen" I have heard a few months ago from a person whom I meet in a very few occasions. But strangely, I thought the same about my position and situation in my own family while I was growing up. While I was growing up, I always saw myself discriminated between me and my brothers. As a child my brothers had the chance to get admitted into reputed schools, got help for education, good clothes. Even, when I used to sit in the table for breakfast, dinner or lunch, the milk, egg, big piece or whatever cooked was first given to my brothers. In a nutshell, its about this "second class citizen" that is me.
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