Money can’t erase the young woman's trauma of her devastating experience from her mind. Money can’t return her freedom to get an education which she shouldn't have had to forfeit.
Netrikann is a slap in the face of victim blamers, and the message is even sweeter to listen to, because the words come directly from the mouth of a woman.
Why do we accept anything and everything from men, while expecting such high standards from women all the time? Why do we have different bars of acceptable behaviour?
Women, especially those further marginalised by caste, class, etc., are seen as 'disposable', and 'punishment' has just pushed rapists to 'finish off' their victim completely, further increasing violence against women.
"Girls shouldn’t be on beaches at night” is the response of the Goa CM after the gang rape of two minor girls, when his govt should be hauled up for the increasing lack of safety in the state.
What is it with cis-het men and their giant-sized egos? I’m curious and I really want to know. If you have an answer other than ‘#NotAllMen’, do share.
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