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Discussion on Whether Colleges Are Safe for Women in India

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It’s common with all school-goers like me to be restless to dispose this school life and be anxious, to begin with our colleges, of which we can’t stop dreaming of! It seems to be, by all accounts, the best time of our lives, however, this isn’t the reality. My school has an alumnus, Alisha* who totally changed my perspective on college life. Being modish and belonging to a decent family she had her own particular manner of dressing. She had to change her entire wardrobe the primary month of her college!


Every woman has undergone such situations when you have been told by a parent that you simply won’t be allowed out of the house in a skirt that short, or reprimanded by an educator or leader in your religious community for being too suggestive in your apparel choices, or informed by a college mate that your clothing is making him feel a certain way in the campus, you know the sting of implications made about your personal worth based upon how you’ve chosen to explore fashion.

Hear this out men! Why don’t you try seeing the women on your college grounds the way you see men!

Ok wait, would you comment on the clothing worn by your male classmates or educators? Would you call a dude on the street and tell him you love his big chest and get irritated at him for not smiling and thanking you for it?

“Like the Shirt!” or “Nice shoes!” might be fine, depending on how familiar you are with the person.

But “Love those shirts Dinesh, totally shows off your biceps!” would be totally inappropriate! (I swear, you won’t do that unless you are abnormal!)

Perhaps next time when you think about complimenting on women’s look (clothing, hair, makeup…) just pause and think if you’d say something similar to a guy. If not, don’t say it to women either.

A popular saying goes in English’ “Do not judge a book by its cover”–I Say do not judge a woman by the dress she wears!

If a man expects a woman to be the angel in his life, then he should first make heaven for her; angels don’t live in hell:

For what reason do rapes happen so frequently in colleges, where there are youthful grown-ups assembled without parental nearness without precedent for their lives? Can any anyone explain why a companion or an educator in all likelihood be the individual to hurt a young lady so appallingly? For what reason does a young lady refuse to visit her college dormitory again after what occurred there one night?

The hidden reason for the inappropriate behaviour is more profound than simply the security measures made for women on the college campus.

Boys and girls are taught from a very young age to believe in certain gender roles that prompt to our assault inclined society. These give somewhat disturbing statistics as observed beneath:

54% of rapes are not reported to the police.

97% of attackers have never spent even a day in prison.

44% of casualties are younger than 18, 80% are younger than 30.

Indeed, during a time of overpowering workloads for undergrads, round-the-clock library access on the campus can appear like a gift. Students can do their reading and research until dawn. But in any case, the dim pathways of the library can’t be vanquished by the guts of a lady. I bet that you won’t be able to find a decent number of women who would dare to do their reading in late night hours in a library.

Truly, I believe that ladies shouldn’t hide behind their masks with regards to such circumstances. In any case, neither would I be able to point a finger at them for being terrified as the threat posed to them is simply past the line.Image source 3: ayoti

It’s generally amid our post-high school time that we get engaged in serious relationships. These might be phony or genuine. A dominant part of ladies is being swindled into traps where young men simply require them just for their sexual joys. On the off chance that at all a young lady declines to the necessities of the man, he can be heartless to the point that he doesn’t dither to pour a cup of acid on her so that in the event that she can’t be not only his but can’t be any other person’s any longer.

This terrifically reminds me of the recent stabbing of a 20-year-old BCom student, Aswini Mohan outside her college in Chennai.

These are annoying and daunting to hear, of course, and to be perfectly honest, unsuitable insights and the truth they speak to brings up a fundamental question asked by an average woman: “How might I remain safe?”.

Obviously, you would go for measures like taking self-defence training, but the ideal answer to this is to change the way men look at women.

There is no history of a night that defeated sunrise; yes! Every problem has a solution:

Once a lady has been offended or assaulted, whether on a college campus or wherever it be, it affirms that all measures to slow down savagery have fizzled. Reaction in the form of declaration of enhanced punishment is largely an expression of helplessness and disappointment. The emphasis should be on prevention and rehabilitation.

Women cannot solve the problems by themselves. Women should comprehend men and men should comprehend women. I say both should cooperate to destroy the danger in the campus..

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