India’s Daughter: A Voice

The World Past Me

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxkMzBqjgw8 Everybody is aware of the December 16, 2012 Delhi gang rape, forever marked as the Black Day in Indian history.

A girl is far more responsible for rape than a boy.

It is what Mukesh Singh, one of the main accused said in the BBC Documentary, ‘India’s Daughter’. What is her crime Mukesh? That she was out alone in the city at night? That she went to a movie with an unknown stranger? Well, then it’s a pity she didn’t have defending lawyer AP Singh, a well educated man, for a father. Because he’d have taught her the correct lesson by putting petrol on her and setting her alight in front of the entire family. I think that he should have done that to Jyoti’s pyre because, come on, going on a date with a stranger equates engaging in premarital activities. Also, I thank heaven that Jyoti died…

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13 thoughts on “India’s Daughter: A Voice

  1. Such a powerful commentary on a tragic event and situation. I cannot comprehend for a moment this institutionalized attitude regarding women as less than men. These crimes will not stop until the men perpetrating these acts are considered criminals. Also, a change must take place at the grass roots level of all people so that they grow to believe and understand all violent acts against each other is criminal.

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    1. Exactly!
      In India, while growing up, our parents and practically everyone else keep teaching us how to conduct ourselves ‘DECENTLY’! We, girls, have still not understood their definition of the word DECENCY!
      Unfortunately, these same people never tell their sons not to rape girls. Afterall, the boys are their lanterns! They will carry forward the family! And, we, girls, are equivalent to playdolls!

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      1. It’s apparent to me that the boys are the ones who need to understand what decency is. They need to understand respect. And most importantly, then need to understand boundaries.

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      2. There is nothing wrong with that at all. How they interpret fashion is ultimately distorted. What worries me most is that they have been taught that this is they way women are to be treated. That’s why change must occur from the bottom of society up. Everyone must voice their opinion that this behavior will no longer be tolerated.

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