Women in INDIA have always been abhorred and look down upon.They continue to face numerous problems including violent victimisation through rape, acid throwing, dowry killing, marital rape, and the forced prostitution of young girls.India has also been associated with many absurd practices like child marriages, dowry system, female infanticide and sex-selective abortion which has caused it to face much humiliation.
The question is WHEN WILL THE SITUATION FOR WOMEN CHANGE IN INDIA?
It is the first thing that comes to my mind whenever there is a news about women being ill-treated or misbehaved with.The situation for women can only change when men involved in the situation decide to change, and this goes out, especially for men who think women encourage rape and are responsible for it by wearing short skirts, and crop tops.
I want you to Imagine a girl for instance who decides to go out in the evening, wearing a short skirt and a crop top since it is too hot outside.The girl is sexually assaulted on her way home by a drunk man
QUESTION:who is responsible for the rape?
Is the girl responsible, because she decided to wear a short skirt and a crop top?
If your answer is YES, then i completely disagree with you.
But if your answer is NO, then you probably recognise that we are living in the 21st century and women should be allowed to wear whatever they want, as long as they are comfortable in it.
How can you expect a woman to wear pants and jackets when the weather is hot as hell outside?
A man needs his mother!
A man also needs his wife!
A man doesn’t want his daughters!
This is another major problem that India is going through right now.The Indian government is trying its best to resolve the issue of female infanticide and sex-selective abortion but still there are many places in India where these things occur from time to time.
With the decline in women status from the ancient to medieval times, to the promotion of equal rights by many reformers, the history of women in India has been eventful.
In modern India, women have held high offices including that of the President, Prime minister, Speaker of Lok sabha, Union ministers, Cheif ministers and Governers so its high time we start respecting women a little more and learn to grow with them, not as animals but as human beings.
Lets all live in equality,
Lets all live in harmony.