Does the absence of women in public spaces makes these spaces safer for women?
Can you imagine such reservation possible if it wasn’t for Patriarchal traditions?
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I came across this some time ago but turned a blind eye. But I can’t any more. This is so outrageous and people should know what kind of powers we’re giving to what kind of Govt.:
I’ve a suggestion for those who claim that men can get provoked and lose control when they see women dressed in a certain manner – Just take a vote and pluck the eyes of everyone who claims that they can lose control when they see women being dressed “provocatively”. I don’t want to sound barbaric but if that’s what they claim, then this would be the right course of action to keep the country safe rather than restricting women.
Thanks & Regards,
Madhavi Kaivalya K
Another gem from Andhra:
Those who make such reservations for Indian men seem to believe that generations of Indian men are like kids, singing the first part of this post,
An Indian Shravan Kumar’s poem to his mother
I might be thirty five year old,
But I still crave for your food.
Yes, I do have a wife,
But all she gives me is strife,
Over things I don’t do,
Or wasn’t taught to do,
Like how I need to grow up,
And get things in order,
But what do I do, I always had you,
Fussing over my every single mood,… [Click here to read the entire post]