MBA Vs PGDM



  • The difference between MBA Vs PGDM is M.B.A refers to Master of Business Administration. It is a degree that is conferred on completion of a two to three-year management program. It is granted by a University or an institution that is affiliated to the University. On the other hand, P.G.D.M. stands for a Post Graduate Diploma in Management. It is a diploma course of one to two years and is granted by an autonomous institution. Many people do not understand the difference between an M.B.A. program and a P.G.D.M. program. People often relate the difference with the values associated with both and conclude that a degree is always better than a diploma. However, the main difference between them lies in the affiliation of the institutions offering these programs.



  • @'CottonKidd':

    I think it's pretty clear. When a woman sees a depiction of a character with breasts much larger than their own, some feel a certain inadequacy, as much as they may want to deny it.

    Secondly, when those fictional breasts are unrealistically large, they may seem grotesque or even deformed to some women who, naturally, would immediately think of what it must be like to carry around those things. And frankly, some of the more extreme BE stuff would be literally horrific to someone like that… Then it becomes a very visceral "ew, gross."

    I think you have to respect those feelings, or at least understand them. Not so much that you change what you do, but, frankly, trying to 'defend' your work on devArt, conversations, tweets, or message boards, is a waste of time. Just let it go because nothing you say is going to change those visceral, and even subconscious feelings. There are always going to be those who hate what you do and it's better, I think, to try to understand why they hate it, than try to make them understand why you do it.

    Great points, IMO.



  • disclaimer The following is not mean to account for all women, just some /end disclaimer

    It has nothing to do with feminism and more to do with insecurities and trolling.

    Some women are hyper sensitive in regards to their bodies and how they stack up against the competition. So much so that they often mimic other "successful" females who are considered attractive. The "Rachel" hair style, modeled after the character Rachel from the show "Friend's" was copied by women all over the US during the 90's. I read a study regarding women's attendance to movies being negatively impacted by the beauty of the female lead. Nicole Kidman's movies in particular were unpopular with the ladies, attributed to her "perfect unattainable looks".

    Ultimately what it comes down to is attention, some women feel the need to be capable of commanding another's attention. They believe this to be more difficult when they are not "the fairest of them all". Men truth be told, are more apt to pay attention to "attractive" females. In part its evolution, we have an evolutionary incentive to notice and desire healthy, fertile females that maximize our chance of having healthy offspring. Fertility is represented to us in hip/breast size and age, health in the condition of the skin/hair/eyes/body.

    That being said there are plenty of insecure women that are threatened by curvy, wasp waist-ed, busty women, both real and or imagined.



  • @'Tiffany':

    Well, I can tell you Kim Kardashian isn't famous for her great personality.

    or her talent (I'd rather stuff barbwire down my urethra than watch a second of those Kardashian tv shows)

    Yes the ass is rising in popularity (maybe due to the huge increase this decade in anal-centric pornography?)

    Back to the point of this thread, I'd say a lot of it is jealousy, mixed in with psuedo feminism (most women don't even know what feminism actually is all about)



  • Well, I can tell you Kim Kardashian isn't famous for her great personality.


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    @'Tiffany':

    We're in a time now where asses are starting to become much more desired than breasts, and nice round asses are considered hot. I think people rarely go too over the top on butts but very often have ginormous (unattractive, imo) breasts. So, that's probably the biggest reason for it.

    I love asses almost as much as tits, but asses overtaking tits in popularity? That I will believe when I see it :D



  • I just don't find anything larger than DD's attractive personally to be honest.

    We're in a time now where asses are starting to become much more desired than breasts, and nice round asses are considered hot. I think people rarely go too over the top on butts but very often have ginormous (unattractive, imo) breasts. So, that's probably the biggest reason for it.



  • @'miro':

    … (and men mind you) ...

    It's always pretty amusing if men complain about the bust size and the women disagree…
    Happened with DA2's Isabella guys often complained that her large boobs are disrespectful, cartoonish and childish... and most (vocal) female gamers liked her big titties, since they though it fits her and is not pure fanservice lol

    @'miro':

    but you can like big boobs without objectifying right?

    I certainly can :D


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    @'ymomy':

    I hate this kind of feminist criticism because it seems a branch of censorship, in my country feminists are concerned with the rights of women and not in the size of the tits of a picture or if the pic is socially acceptable

    I think you're right, it's basically censorship. They trying to censor taste which is ludicrous, I've rarely seen big tits hurt anyone or used as a weapon of mass destruction, cept for Chelsea Charms of course :P
    But wait… it's objectifying women... so now men are going to look girls as being toys and start raping them at will??? isn't that what the argument basically is? wow... talk about jumping to conclusions!

    @'ymomy':

    ( :s I remember why they closed my account on deviantart)

    why?

    @'ymomy':

    Miro don't worry if your works don't comply standards in art, you only must limit you to create

    I'm really not worried about complying, I just found it's much more sane to do what you really love to do instead :D If I'm perfectly honest sure I do care to a degree what other people think, I think every one who lives in a society does to a degree, but I hardly let it phase me. If anything I encourage a bit of a verbal spar the only thing that pisses me off when people over step the line with their censorship. Like I think it's fine for Deviantart to hate porn (their loss) but I got a sig deleted with no violation of their rules.

    @'longyyy':

    Some people haven't got anything else better to do , but pester others. You will find these same people complain about anything and everything. I personally like girls with big tits and will keep making them even if the whole world complains ..lol

    amen!

    @'CottonKidd':

    I think you have to respect those feelings, or at least understand them. Not so much that you change what you do, but, frankly, trying to 'defend' your work on devArt, conversations, tweets, or message boards, is a waste of time. Just let it go because nothing you say is going to change those visceral, and even subconscious feelings. There are always going to be those who hate what you do and it's better, I think, to try to understand why they hate it, than try to make them understand why you do it.

    yes I agree, and don't get me wrong I do understand them and I think they should be able to express themselves

    like we're all passionate about certain things and if we hear opposing views we're up in arms about it, but the key difference is realizing that it's ok to defend your view vs trying to force your view upon others

    like it's one thing to express how I hate big boobs (regardless how stupid it is to hate) but it's quite another to then rally the troops and then want to change deviant art policy to ban something completely harmless to anyone

    @'Alpensepp':

    Mhm… are you sure there are less complaints about oversized asses than boobs? (relative, not absolute) When Hip Hop was still popular (:P) there were enough complaints, about all the booty shaking, weren't there? Imo there is just more big boobs than big butts stuff out there... especially when it comes to extreme sizes. Finding images with boobs that (should) have the same weight as the rest of the body is not that hard..."impossibly" big asses are harder to find imo. I think the ass stuff just flies under their radar, or the comments under yours.
    You could upload a picture of Tara to your DA account and claim she has a tiny butt and see what happens :P

    I'd say, if a character has a huge ass, but a slim waist and toned abs, it's hard to think this character is "just fat"

    you could well be right, I have not conducted scientific research into this… just a hunch that women (and men mind you) are fickle jealous creatures and because big boobs are "more popular" get bitchier about boobs vs asses

    @'Alpensepp':

    ( and probably sometimes + the assumption that the artist's attitude is still stuck in the early 20th century or something…)

    but you can like big boobs without objectifying right?



  • Because it's relatively easy to have a big ass, but much harder to have big tits :P



  • Mhm… are you sure there are less complaints about oversized asses than boobs? (relative, not absolute) When Hip Hop was still popular (:P) there were enough complaints, about all the booty shaking, weren't there? Imo there is just more big boobs than big butts stuff out there... especially when it comes to extreme sizes. Finding images with boobs that (should) have the same weight as the rest of the body is not that hard..."impossibly" big asses are harder to find imo. I think the ass stuff just flies under their radar, or the comments under yours.
    You could upload a picture of Tara to your DA account and claim she has a tiny butt and see what happens :P

    I'd say, if a character has a huge ass, but a slim waist and toned abs, it's hard to think this character is "just fat"

    I guess it's the objectification thing, if people complain about big boobs ( and probably sometimes + the assumption that the artist's attitude is still stuck in the early 20th century or something...)
    Although I'm not sure if these people are any better, if they automatically jump to such conclusions whenever they see some big boobs art...



  • I think it's pretty clear. When a woman sees a depiction of a character with breasts much larger than their own, some feel a certain inadequacy, as much as they may want to deny it.

    Secondly, when those fictional breasts are unrealistically large, they may seem grotesque or even deformed to some women who, naturally, would immediately think of what it must be like to carry around those things. And frankly, some of the more extreme BE stuff would be literally horrific to someone like that… Then it becomes a very visceral "ew, gross."

    I think you have to respect those feelings, or at least understand them. Not so much that you change what you do, but, frankly, trying to 'defend' your work on devArt, conversations, tweets, or message boards, is a waste of time. Just let it go because nothing you say is going to change those visceral, and even subconscious feelings. There are always going to be those who hate what you do and it's better, I think, to try to understand why they hate it, than try to make them understand why you do it.



  • Some people haven't got anything else better to do , but pester others. You will find these same people complain about anything and everything. I personally like girls with big tits and will keep making them even if the whole world complains ..lol



  • I think that's very feminist, the work of an artist can not offend, unless your level of comprehension be minimal. I understand that the works of an erotic artist sometimes reach the limit, but that's what attracts too, play with the limits and I also know that there are artists who pass the limits but that is another subject. The vision of the female body of an artist depends on it, what I think they should do some feminists, if this kind of art are offended them, would be make a constructive critic, that's all, It is assumed that erotic art is only for a certain type of people who we enjoy to see it.
    I hate this kind of feminist criticism because it seems a branch of censorship, in my country feminists are concerned with the rights of women and not in the size of the tits of a picture or if the pic is socially acceptable, ( :s I remember why they closed my account on deviantart) Miro don't worry if your works don't comply standards in art, you only must limit you to create


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