Atrocities Against Women: NOT Their Fault

People continue to analyse the reasons for the increased violence against women and girls. An adolescent presents her views, candidly.
In one of the articles in his weekly column for the Times of India, Brand consultant Santosh Desai examined the psychology behind the increase in rape cases. He attributed it to the increase in power of the women leading to insecurity in males. I think we can all agree that some women hold positions of extreme power. A few of the large companies such as Facebook have women as their COO’s, CEO’s, CFO’s etc. The previous President of India was a woman. These are major factors contributing to the atrocities against women according to Desai.

The government usually passes the blame…

Citizen Matters, Bangalore’s own interactive newsmagazine

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