A REAL SOLUTION TO STOP GANG RAPES!!! ALBEIT ITS TOUGH, WOULD YOU ALL STILL GIVE A TRY?!!!
ALRIGHT PEOPLE, FYI - ITS NOT A PROFESSIONAL ISSUE!!!
The innocent girl lying at the death bed is a PT at a second level, FIRSTLY SHE IS A GIRL, A DAUGHTER!!!
That girl doesn’t need black dot, or black badges.
"She needs prayer as she wanna live!!!"
So what do you all think a real solution is to these sorts of incidences??
You might want government to take strict actions?
You might wish government to increase the security?
Or do we need to add and reform few more laws in the constitution regarding the same???
WELL THE ROOT CAUSE LIES IN OUR SOCIETY, AT OUR HOME!!!
You wanna know why and how for this? Here are the clues and the solution lies within.
- Most of the Indian family nurtures the male child with a sense of superiority.
As in: Males shouldn’t sweep, mob, enter kitchen and participate in household activities.
Why? Coz he is a man!!!
Until this sort of thinking is overcome in our homes, these problems of inequality, tortures, killing, rapes will go on.
So I hope you all got the first solution.
2. Oh yes, how can this problem be eradicated? Inclination for birth of a son in a family?
Is it that only a son can be a bread owner, run a family, be an heir of the family’s belongings?
How come a girl is burdensome, is it coz family will spend money on her and one good day she will go to some other house? Well in true sense in this way you are making her capable to maintain a good family. Actually she will be illuminating two families!!!
I would like to have a girl child over a boy child. That would be a matter of a pride not a shame.
These days Girls are better support system for a family.
3. The mere thought that GIRLS provoke guys by wearing shorts, deep necks, low jeans and going out for late night is like HOLY CRAP!!
To me it suggests that the people who believe in this statement have weaker minds.
I hope here too the message with the right solution is clear.
“More law — or calls for the death sentence — are not the answer to what is a deeply ingrained societal problem.” – Ratna Kapur
THE TRUE ERADICATION OF THIS PROBLEM LIES IN EDUCATING PEOPLE, ERADICATING INEQUALITIES!!!
I know it will take a long way but I know it will be better than the laws which have been framed and reframed since decades.
P.S. Long live the Delhi Girl.
Make it a possibility to send this message in every house, atleast your house.
“I do not think I ever opened a book in my life which had not something to say upon woman's inconstancy. Songs and proverbs, all talk of woman's fickleness. But perhaps you will say, these were all written by men."
"Perhaps I shall. Yes, yes, if you please, no reference to examples in books. Men have had every advantage of us in telling their own story. Education has been theirs in so much higher a degree; the pen has been in their hands. I will not allow books to prove anything.” ― Jane Austen, Persuasion