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Rape is nothing new to India; it is a stigma which exists in the society from a long time, though puritans do not want to accept that, but instead claim India or Bharath, is the world’s epicenter for morality; perhaps it was true at a time before they laid hands on its moral system and females.
Fulfillment of a sexual desire is a natural quest. It takes the form of rape when sex becomes a mechanism for establishing power and domination.
Rape is a weapon that distorts a woman’s sexuality, restricts her freedom of movement and violates her human rights. It leaves a woman feeling exposed, humiliated and traumatized. A rapist not only violates the victim’s privacy and personal integrity, but also causes serious physical and psychological damage.
Law needs to be more sensitive to the feelings of the victim, who has had a traumatic time and scarcely needs to be reminded of it. Often the victim is abused and humiliated. “Don’t try to tell us that you didn’t enjoy it.”
The law must take a fresh look at itself and take positive steps to make it more difficult for an accused to get judicial reprieve.
So rape in my understanding has nothing to do with sex, but it is one way to punish the females in the globalism era who venture a social emancipation in the face of a failing manhood and a failing government.
THE POLICE ALONE CANNOT PREVENT RAPE. WE NEED A SOCIAL ORDER WHERE MEN DO NOT EXERCISE POWER & DOMINANCE OVER WOMEN!
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