Bengaluru or the whole India?

Geethica

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16 Responses

  1. Your post has both anger and compassion in it. We need to change as whole and lets begin that at home. However, I would like to make just one addition, boys/men can also get raped and it is equally bad. Rapists do not consider age or gender. Sad and true.

     
  2. shalzmojo says:

    I love your thoughts on this issue. When men are born to a woman, why is there still a need to instil respect – it should come automatically. It’s a very valid point. Very well written post. Cheers

     
    • Geethica says:

      Thanks Shalini. I am proud to know that there are so many with the same vision but still there is no change in the perspective

       
  3. Neha says:

    I agree with you. Women have been treated as a commodity on television, however we as a society are also responsible when we do not voice against such projections. Why do such crappy movies run to full house? Why do we just laugh it off when some hero calls ‘Chamiya’ or the other crap? Why is it not offensive when hero says “Ab karunga tere saath gandi baat”? We are equally to blame. TV channels show women as regressive while movies show them as commodity.

     
    • Geethica says:

      Very true Neha. Television has the greatest impact on our minds. And when they don’t give due respect to women then how can we expect from others?

       
  4. Tina Basu says:

    Agree completely with you geethica. We need this change. Men in India (not just India actually) have turned sick. It has now become a mental problem i guess

     
  5. mahekg says:

    I agree that we need some action on this now…I think even at home guys need some reality check. There is differential treatment between guys and girls , this needs to stop.

     
  6. It’s shocking that things like this happen,people forget and they happen again.Psychologuses say molesters and rapists have deep seated psychological problems .Mistlikely arising from childhood issues which may be centred around mother child bonding or its lack.
    Rarely does this heinous crime arise out of clothes people wear.It’s more often a way of feeling powerful and to dominate over the female gender.
    We definitely need more discussion and concrete lawas

     
    • Geethica says:

      Thanks for educating me about the psychology of such men Amrita. This mentality can be the main reason for doing such act but I personally feel that ladies on the television expose too much of their body which is also not required. Beauty is not from what you show but also from what is hidden.

       
  7. Richa says:

    We need this change…we need some strict laws…but who is listening to us…we need to make our voice loud…i dont know if anythign would change but atleast we brought our views forward.
    AllThatsmom

     
  8. deepagandhi says:

    Geethica..I agree that there is a need for a bigger change and some strong laws. But I don’t think we can blame any lady or our actresses for wearing small clothes. I think people need to change their thinking then blaming others for what is happening around us. Thanks for linking up with #MondayMommyMoments 🙂

     
    • Geethica says:

      Thanks Deepa for commenting. I personally feel that the ladies on television have spoiled our traditional values to some extent.

       

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