BY DIVYANSHI PUNDHIR Isn’t rape culture enough to make society ashamed? Why are we creating a more unstable […]
They believe that thrusting their manhood against our consent is a sign of their masculinity.
Our rules should resound with equality. The truth must prevail despite gender.
We, women, have to take care of us. No one is going to fight for you: a candle marches, protests and you are forgotten!
Let’s not romanticise the idea of marriage to an extent of overlooking the matter of rape.
What it means for a woman in her own country, trapped, suffocated, forced and far from free on Independence Day !
Sadly we live in a society where if a disgusting thing like rape happens people start blaming the girl. Her crime is the short dress. She wore it because she is asking to be raped.