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Sathya Sai Baba’s Ignoring of Women. And Especial Focus On Boys and Young Men

Posted by Barry Pittard on April 12, 2012

Today, in tribute to Motherhood, I wrote a lyric. I have long noticed how so many mothers pass themselves off, in self-diminishment, as “just a mother”.

For inspiration, I used an instrumental piece of music by Sir Karl Jenkins, the great contemporary British composer:  ‘Children of Dannu’.

 You may like to sing the words along with the music, HERE:

Just A Mother. 

By Barry Pittard.  12 April 2012

Once, I asked a young girl what …

What would you like to be in life?

She tossed her head, said oh just a Mother

Today you’ll see her passing by

And see her baby pout or smile

She’s everywhere, she’s just – a Mother

Today she shops from shelf to shelf

Cares for her babe much more than herself

A passer’s heart cannot but help go ah…ah

(Chorus)  That’s just a Mother passing by

That’s just a Mother passing by

You hear her babe sigh Ma…ah (Ma)

She’s just attuned to baby’s mood

She’s just a Mother with some food

She is just solicitude  –  hm, mm, mm

(Instrumental)

(Chorus, thrice)

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Sathya Sai Baba’s vulgar harshness – well-known to those who knew him better than those who saw him superficially – is the very antithesis of the profound tenderness Sir Karl Jenkins expresses in ‘Children of Dannu’ (and so very much of his other music)

No matter how much Sathya Sai Baba’s devotee’s may like to deny his many downputs about women, he was severely misogynistic. He held a yearly ‘Ladies Day’, but his discourses and behaviour on this and many other occasions show that he often did not, where it counts, honor them. 

For some documentary examples of his chauvenism, see my my post:  Documented: Sathya Sai Baba’s Harsh Chauvinism Against Women

His international Sathya Sai Organization is to this day extremely chauvinistic and male-dominated. Like many of his beliefs, it is as though, in crucial respects, no sociocultural sea changes had ever happened.

Throughout the decades, he famously ignored the women’s side of the darshan. A welter of evidence from around the world helps to make sense of this. For, in the grip of a powerful attraction to boys and young men, he was forever scanning for victims for his homosexual lust (while, of course, forever preaching against lust).

Many times, he disparaged partners, sometimes forcing them to split. To this day, partners who stay together are deeply struck at how he mistaken he was in the nasty characteristics which, in interviews and sometimes darshan, he attributed to them.

Robert Priddy has written incisively of the deep contradictions in Sai Baba’s words and actions in regard to women. See:

Sathya Sai Baba on marriage and family

Ladies Day – Sathya Sai Baba vs. Women’s Day and true female emancipation

Sathya Sai Organization President of 10 states resignation

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But a few of many revealing candid camera shots of the demeanor of the one who said that he was always smiling: –

SATHYA SAI BABA dour and dismal countenance

At 85th Birthday, Sathya Sai Baba's Prolonged Sobbing Fit

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One Response to “Sathya Sai Baba’s Ignoring of Women. And Especial Focus On Boys and Young Men”

  1. Trimarz said

    In that time Baba was suffering a half body paralisys, and so, the photos are tendentious. And yes, He smile a lot, but not when He had to corect someone’s bad acts.

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