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All our respected politicians are missing the main element while addressing the rape cases. It often happens that women look up to the people who have the power to amend laws or impact views or take charge of safety laws with hope in our eyes.The hope that they can do something about women safety.But is it wise to have such hope? Why do we usually forget that the Politicians we choose, the policemen we have trust with our safety, the lawyers who fight for us, or the intellectuals at the high seat of bureaucracy, all are coming from the same...

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It is the 100th Anniversary of Women's Equality Day! On August 26th of every year, the U.S.A. celebrates this day which commemorates the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution in 1920, when Women could no longer be denied the right to vote on the basis of their gender. In India, women had the right to vote since the country's independence but we have the only handful of women representing almost 50% of societal structure, which again are marginalised by the patriarchy.Also, the efforts to treat them on par with men is negligible. 73 years later, we are still struggling with equal pay, failed to...

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Read this poem to know how a body objectification can leave a long term ill psychological effect on a girl's mind.
Believe us when we say that traditional femininity ideology is stopping most of the young women to stand up for themselves.

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It is such an unfortunate fact that sexual violence against women has reached an all-time high in a country where a woman was once worshipped as a goddess. India stands at the top of the disgraceful position of being the global leader in mistreating its own women. The mind-numbing rape incidences in the recent past have put a big question mark against the very moral foundations of the birthplace of the Vedas, Upanishads and The Bhagvat Geeta. What went wrong in the course of just a few years that led to the current rise in sexual assaults against women in...

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