Violence against women
Doubting his wife’s character, a man from Jalna in Maharashtra allegedly killed his wife and their minor daughter.
She says her father is forcing her to return the money she borrowed from him before going to Mumbai to make a career in the entertainment industry.
The teen girl has alleged that the police officer first summoned her to the police station during odd hours and then forced her to dance in front of him.
The accused has been arrested and sent in judicial remand.
The incident took place on Sunday, when a widow, Batli Chaku Bariya was working on the farm with her daughter-in-law Kana Baria, and Kana’s two daughters. Seven men from the village, including three of women’s relatives, barged in the farm and started abusing the women.
Videos on Tik Tok are a reflection of the regressive mentality that still belives in misogyny and living life on patriarchal notions. It is time that we change that.
“I was assaulted, harassed. It wasn’t isolated”. – Reese Witherspoon
Sister Jesme says that earlier this morning she called Sr Lucy and instructed her to beware of poison and medicines that might degrade her mental health.
A controversial ‘Marry-your-rapist’ bill will be introduced by lawmakers in Turkey in the Parliament by the end of this month.
Shiori Ito, a journalist from Japan, just won a rape case. She accused Noriyuki Yamaguchi, a high-profile TV reporter, for allegedly raping her in 2015.
“My map is a free space for women to share their experience of sexual harassment in specific locations that have taken place.” -Nupur Patny
Research shows that 57 percent of boys and 53 percent of girls aged 15-19 believe that wife-beating is acceptable. One can only imagine how widespread this is in homes, that children find wife-beating acceptable and even regular.