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Girl Brutally Gang-Raped in Delhi; Outpouring of Indian Women’s Rage!

December 19, 2012

photo by The Hindu

New Delhi, December 2012 

On December 16, a 23-year-old woman returning home with her boyfriend after seeing a movie, was brutally assaulted in a moving bus in New Delhi by seven men.  She was gang-raped and physically assaulted for over an hour with an iron rod.  She’s currently battling for her life in a hospital in the country’s capital.  Her intestines were badly ruptured in addition to a number of other injuries, and she has undergone numerous surgeries already.

This however is not an isolated incidence, and it is not limited to this city.  Rape and other forms of sexual assault against women and girls have reached epidemic proportions in India.  Rape is fastest growing crime in India has seen an increase of 871% since 1971.  See this post.

For the first two days the government of India had no response! The political leaders did and said nothing! And then there was an outburstWomen and girls poured into streets, demanding justice, government accountability and action! Twitter and other social media networks became a platform for this OUTRAGE!

As women gathered to protest outside the home of the Chief Minister of Delhi, Sheila Dixit, demanding to know why the city was so unsafe for women under a woman’s leadership, the police attacked the crowds with water cannons!

It finally forced the government to respond.  Women leaders finally spoke out.  And where earlier the response from politicians, even the female politicians and heads of departments like The National Commission for Women has been to blame the female victim,  saying they didn’t wear the right clothes, they shouldn’t be out at night etc.  the government realized the mood of Indian women is changing.  They are not going to take it lying down any more!!  They are demanding harsher penalties and police action.   It has forced the female politicians, even ones like Mayawati that have governed states with high rape rates and have consistently blamed and humiliated women, to change their tunes!! They too are mouthing what the female public is now demanding!


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  1. vVjay Kumar Bagla permalink
    December 19, 2012 12:50 pm

    All involved should be HANGED in full public VIEW so that NOBODY can dare such an evil in future

  2. Padmanbhan Jaikumar permalink
    December 19, 2012 1:41 pm

    Delhi is capital of India and all our union minister and PM apart from other VVIP stay in the city,this in addition to Delhi government,Chief of all Army ,Navy and Airforce as well other security bosses but the city remains unsafe for women is very very shameful and pathetic.It appears that the city has a vacuum in administration and Delhi government has failed in its duty to control the crime as well criminals.The total responsibility is that of CM who should explain the reason for high rate of crime particularly rape cases and murder and some time a combination of both.In the recent times the Delhi CM who was rather appreciated by one of Congress leader for her good work should should come forward and explain what good work has been done where there is no safety of common man and women.If the Delhi administration is not capable to improve the law and order situation she should immediately step down from her chair.This is not the first or going to be last if no action is taken in this matter right now and acted fast.

    • Shahidur permalink
      January 11, 2013 10:38 pm

      You are absolutely right.It is shame for Indian government and it should resign. Government is by the people, of the people, for the people so when government can not protect the people it should quit.

  3. December 19, 2012 3:42 pm

    the politicians who thinked dat that raped incident occur becoz of short clothes of girls…i think on dat night, dat girl was not carried any short dress nd if any politician lady say dat den v should not called her a lady….shame of dat ladies who thinked dat bloody stuffs 4 girls…instead of blaming girlsssss u should take some steps so dat u can safe other girls… it

  4. December 19, 2012 4:13 pm

    Utterly and absolutely outrageous. A matter of deep national shame. Is India facing a moral and ethical crisis? Have we as a Nation been unhinged from our values and culture, where women were treated with dignity and respect? Alas, it is heart breaking to see the daily reports screaming out of every newspaper in India, about sexual and gender based violence. Children as young as 4 and 5 years of age are not spared.
    Sadly, this news will be forgotten in a few days and this young lady, just 23 years of age, brutally attacked and raped will be a mere statistic. Here is my perspective in the Hindu, on this clear and present danger that threatens to erode India’s moral fabric.

    This is something the Government and law enforcement agencies cannot resolve alone. There has to be a national awakening on human, women and children’s rights. Unchecked, our decline as a society will be irreversible.

  5. manisha permalink
    December 20, 2012 3:11 pm

    Wtf I live in Canada and manyl girls here wear short skirts and party clothes, swim suites while swmimming, nobody rapes,I can walk here at 2am in the night safe, and women in India is not safe in the day t, this is stupid, u need to control these animals not how women dress and what time she toes out, Omg this is ridiculous

  6. Radha permalink
    December 20, 2012 5:47 pm

    It is shame for Govnt to leave such living creatures on Earth…They must be hanged without any mersey

  7. khushbu permalink
    December 20, 2012 7:35 pm


  8. Munish jinsi permalink
    December 20, 2012 10:24 pm

    Alas it is a shameful matter.Such people should be publically hanged so that the other would think several times to do such an evil.Today the girls are not safe becoz of such brutes.

  9. December 21, 2012 9:01 am

    Reblogged this on Jean Sasson and commented:
    One of the best and most important blogs there is. I recommend that everyone who cares about other human beings to follow this blog.

  10. mohit miglani permalink
    December 21, 2012 2:12 pm

    we have to follow london scheme in which a rape stoper is used by girl…
    it is just like an copper T having pins.. out side when some one trying.. the pin get stuck on.. his .. part

    • mohit miglani permalink
      December 21, 2012 2:23 pm

      My best wishes to the girl.. she is
      truly a fighter…… i am sure she
      will raise above this trauma and
      will be an example to all women….
      May god give her strength to tide
      over these tough times….. All of
      India is praying for you sisterOnce
      again Girl…… be strong, you will
      survive this ordeal.. my best
      wishes….. Take care..

  11. December 21, 2012 9:09 pm

    indian govt is uselss it only depend on money in india v don’t have proper govt

  12. stephin permalink
    December 21, 2012 11:27 pm

    THEY should be HANGED IN FROnt of THE PubLIC….

  13. Stevo thomas permalink
    December 22, 2012 8:05 pm

    yes all these people involved should be killed in frnt of public……….thy should nt b hanged instead should b shooted…………….bt i understood one thing………if we all r togther we cn solve many proplems……………………ths incident is a grt example…………..wht do u thnk guys??????????

  14. anu permalink
    December 22, 2012 11:51 pm

    rape cases in india is a matter of national shame ….indian government should be ashmed

  15. Allison permalink
    December 23, 2012 7:45 am

    Do the men in India think this is proper behaver, where is the men not protecting there wife there daughters, why are the men letting this to keep going on do they not have any pride in protecting the girls in his family after all is he not the protector to keep his family safe and NOT let the men keep doing this ? Men, YOU need to start standing up to them and stand up for your woman.

    • Cal permalink
      January 4, 2013 7:26 am

      I think these animals should be publicly shamed like RAPIST tattooed on their back, & chest, & publicly castrated…

  16. manisha permalink
    December 23, 2012 7:14 pm

    y politicians r siting mum? did we elect dem to build big houses n hide in there like a rat

  17. December 24, 2012 6:50 am

    where is the girl’s boyfriend .? He should have sent her home . The boy has some resposiblity.~

    • December 25, 2012 5:13 pm

      He was attacked with an iron rod and knocked unconscious. There were 7 men attacking 2 people. There is no way they could fight back, could they, even if they knew martial arts like some people are suggesting?

    • Cal permalink
      January 4, 2013 6:36 am

      Where was the bus driver?

    • January 4, 2013 12:31 pm

      It seems he was driving, but he cleaned up the bus afterwards and destroyed evidence. The police says he has also been charged.

  18. December 24, 2012 11:10 am

    If these heinous criminals somehow manage to get bail after a prison term, then as soon as they are out, each and everyone of them should be hounded and tortured to death mercilessly. We should form vigilante groups to do the justice that our failed government cannot.

    • December 25, 2012 5:11 pm

      Well, we already have vigilante groups — like the khaps who do exactly that. They go after people with their sense of warped ‘justice’ and kill outside the realm of law and order. Our effort needs to be to force India’s judiciary, government and public and civil systems into the democracy that our freedom fighters visualized when they fought for us to be a free democracy. That’s where we must keep our focus and efforts.

  19. Gautam permalink
    December 24, 2012 4:38 pm

    This story is very pathetic.They must be punished.But,there are thousands of cute girl of India showing Naked body with telephone no in Face book for sexual business.They should be punished also. And such advertise must have to ban.

    • December 25, 2012 5:09 pm

      Part of the problem with rape and violence is reflected in the second part of your statement. It is called MISOGYNY. No one has the right to rape or inflict any other kind of violence on anyone. There is only one criminal — and that is the rapist.

    • January 3, 2013 5:51 am

      Gautam, read this and commit it to memory. Learn it. Believe it. Advertisements are not the cause of tragedies like this and they do not make the matter worse. It’s not about how a woman dresses. It’s not about whether or not her hair is covered. It’s not about what time she goes out or comes home. It’s not her fault in ANY WAY. It’s all on the MAN. It’s ONLY the man. It’s his hatred and/or fear of women that provokes this outrageous behavior. These creeps are to blame and no one else. Certainly not this unhappy young lady. How you are raising your boys is the problem. It’s how you–and through you your government–view women as a whole that is the problem. It’s about domination. It’s about control. It’s about hate.

      It’s not the women who need to be under control–it’s the men. The men need to be trained to control themselves. They need to learn to leave the women on the streets, on public transportation, anywhere–striclly alone. And before you start on how she should have been at home, she had a right to go wherever she pleased. It’s not about making the women stay home. It’s about making your city safe for them to go about their business without fear.

      And sadly, men in groups behave even worse than a single man alone because then they urge each other on to commit worse crimes.

  20. Paul Blockley permalink
    December 24, 2012 11:36 pm

    In the west, we see the great nation of India as the home of deep principles, especially innocence, embodied by Shri Ganesha. The must be a great uprising in order to get the idea into the heads of Indian politicians, that the principles of innocence and the respect of your women, the real power of India, must be won back.

  21. Aravind, TVM permalink
    December 27, 2012 3:31 pm

    Cut that brutal rapists Lingam as like in Gulf Countries. In India want the laws like in Saudi Arabia against the women attackers.

    • December 28, 2012 5:54 pm

      It doesn’t matter whether you do actual or chemical castration or implement the death penalty. Unless the police is efficient in investigating rape and has the will to clamp down on this crime, we won’t be able to control it.

    • January 3, 2013 5:54 am

      Castration in any form does not stop rape. The perpetrator simply goes on to use other weapons and frequently steps up the violence to torture and murder. Stopping rape is a three pronged solution: Better police protection, stiffer sentences and prevention education for both sexes focusing on the woman’s humanity and the need to respect it.

  22. Aravind, TVM permalink
    December 27, 2012 3:35 pm

    Nowadays our problems started in School. Even in school and in house the children can’t give punishment. Students at 4th standard have a Mobile phone with bluetooth and cameras. Why these parents give mobile phone to the school children. Parents are responsible for their children gone in wrong way…

    • December 28, 2012 5:53 pm

      Are you the saying the reason the men behave this way, and brutalize women is because their families are not teaching them the right values?

    • January 3, 2013 5:58 am

      There may be something to this. If the children witness violence and brutality against women in the home then they think this is the normal relationship between men and women. But this is a gross over-simplification. The root of the problem lies deep in the society and only from the society is the solution going to be found. In the U.S. we’ve studied the problem. Rape is a problem here too, but it’s sociopaths and psychopaths who practice it. Here the study of rape is the study of mental pathology.

  23. Rod Baker permalink
    December 29, 2012 5:40 pm

    Obviously, it must be OK to rape women in India, or the government would move immediatly to speed up the law instead of it taking 7 years for rape cases to be resolved. Possibly it takes so long because many politicians have outstanding rape charges against them?

  24. Jibin k thomas permalink
    December 29, 2012 6:52 pm

    If an ordinary person say anything no one will hear.but the filmstars or politicians say anything the world wil hear al the words .for their benefits oly they are luking instead of peoples in india.first a new change in the govt and also in law den oly these types activities will plz joint hands toggether against dis type of activities

  25. December 30, 2012 10:09 am

    Sentence for rape definitely died in torture. Cut the rapists penises then burn them alive in front of public. Nobody cares if criminals die. How could they treated a human being like that?

    • January 11, 2013 11:01 am

      the rapist should be hanged in front of public if the court will not give death punishment one day they may come out from the jail that time the public will kill them in front of the court.

  26. Berry Grondhuis permalink
    December 30, 2012 3:02 pm

    Ik vind het zeer schandalig dat het nu nog steeds erger word daar India. De heren mogen ze van mij ook pijnigen hoor hun ballen er af halen in openbaar. Vrouwen over de hele wereld sta op en teken die petitie want het zal je zus dochter nicht tante kleindochter zijn…………. sluit niet je ogen zoals de regering daar zeg………………. DIT MAG NIET OPEN JE OGEN ………………….. Vrouwen zijn nog minder dan een beest zeg …………………… Mensen ga niet op vakantie daar heen nu………………..

  27. December 30, 2012 7:15 pm

    should be publicly punished tit for tat so that all notorious males can be feared to do these brutual incident

  28. December 31, 2012 12:09 am

    Husband and wife are two wheel of van of life.Indian custom not explain the merriage is consent of both only for sex.It is relation of sacrifice.The relation has the term husband-wife-family.Iagree with hon. judge forcing sex is not rape but a serious mental such husband should be replaced in mental hospital instead of home.

    • Cal permalink
      January 4, 2013 6:51 am

      Forced sex in any form IS rape. Your ancient customs of man dominating woman is backward, & tribal…We’re in modern times, not in a hut. As a man I’m ashamed of men in India that allow these ideas & all the gang rapes and do nothing. Grow a pair…

  29. charles hughes permalink
    December 31, 2012 1:29 am

    The men who did this should be treated in the same way as she was…in full public view and televised across all channels with all their male relations obliged to watch it and be shown on television as they do so.
    Any police officer who does not take a claim of rape seriously and deal with it appropriately should be charged with obstructing justice as well as being dismissed immediately without pension or any other rights.
    Politicians who make excuses for the males in a found case like she was asking for it etc…should be charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice.
    there is so much to be said …… the woman should have the same anonymity as in the UK and anyone who breaches this will be dealt with as the police officer above. Even if they are the chief of police, and the state should make sure there are a few exemplar cases very quickly with harsh penalties so that the people know they are serious.

    • Cal permalink
      January 4, 2013 6:55 am

      Same here in the USA. I applaud your statement…

    • Shahidur permalink
      January 11, 2013 10:46 pm

      I appreciate your comment and it should happen like so.

  30. Kiasha permalink
    December 31, 2012 4:26 am

    The 7 men responsible for the rape of that lovely girl must be put to death..India a population of over 1 billion must fight for change,we from South Africa are outraged by this incident..Justice must be served accordingly to those rats..

    • Cal permalink
      January 4, 2013 6:56 am


  31. Anna permalink
    December 31, 2012 1:16 pm

    No hanging, no more killing, please. What our future generations need is education, education and more education. Only this will make us better persons. For these savages, let them rot in jail.

  32. pat burns permalink
    December 31, 2012 4:31 pm

    time to set an example to punish in the extreme,and set an example that this HEINOUSNESS atrocity will not be tolerated by CIVILIZED peoples of the world.

    • Cal permalink
      January 4, 2013 7:02 am

      I think it should be like the old movie Pappion, or no escape. Put criminals on a monitored tropical island for life….

  33. Ananda permalink
    December 31, 2012 7:34 pm

    The problem of misogyny in South Asia runs deep, and I think we can look to female infanticide as one of the root causes of the current rape epidemic. It runs on two levels. First, the blatant disregard for female life, starting at conception. It’s the patriarchal standard to give preference to boys/males. If the female is not denied life, then often, she comes second class to her brothers, receiving less education, etc. all throughout her life. We, as women, particularly South Asian women, bear some of the responsibility to stop this. The foeticide and gender preference for boys HURTS WOMEN. One, it instills in the culture that women and girls are worth-less. From the very time of conception. Secondly, this gendericide is obviously leading to an imbalance in the sexes, and there are simply not enough females- “50 million missing women.” Then couple this with the attitude that women and girls are worth less than boys or men, then obviously you have a problem with men thinking they are above the rights of any female. I’ve seen it time and time again, that boy children are not reprimanded for treating their sisters and girls in the society badly. The current attitude is “boys will be boys” and it is the girl’s responsibility to accept it and be the mature one. This is where the attitudes need to change, from a young age. Also women need to stop succumbing to societal pressure to abort female fetuses. It creates the imbalances in the sexes in society, and creates the culture where women and girls are valued less. When this problem and these attitudes are corrected, the problem of rapes will decrease naturally as an appreciation for little girls and women is developed and strengthened.

    • Cal permalink
      January 4, 2013 7:09 am

      Agreed, but that is a long term answer but does nothing for the abuse happening now…

  34. January 1, 2013 3:05 am

    In where there is no leader lawlessness will be the order of the day but in where there is leader law’s controls. I wonder why lawless in presence of India’s leaders.

  35. K.P.Boda permalink
    January 1, 2013 9:28 am

    Let us go back and do an introspection seeking answer as to where we as a family have failed to inculcate values in our children to respect women…..

  36. January 1, 2013 10:23 pm

    In where there is no Leader or law,lawlessness will be the order of the day as it was during the state of nature,I wonder why state of nature in India in the presence of Leaders and laws.

    • January 3, 2013 3:16 pm

      Absolutely. Without a leader who takes responsibility — the nation goes to pieces like India is. That’s why our petition demands the accountability of the Prime Minister of India.

  37. emery permalink
    January 3, 2013 3:22 am

    is this the start of the Indian spring?

    • January 3, 2013 3:15 pm

      We hope! But the government repressed the movement very brutally and the international media did not point out to the UN-democractic response of the government like it did for Egypt. So the Indian govt thinks it can continue in a way.

  38. January 3, 2013 8:43 am

    Those seven men should be punished very severely and treated the same way in public as the girl was. The punishment should be televised so that viewers who dare to do such act get it straight that such violent torture to innocent girls will not be tolerated. Indians should change their law so that girls women can freely move around , dress as they wish and be treateded equally as men are. Forcing sex to unwilling partner is a crime and it should be dealt with in very seriously. Indian women should start voicing such problems in public so that action on such husbands can be taken. Indian women have the tendency to hide such act and as a result men take sex as if its birth right act on wives weather she consents to it or not.
    Definitely such acts in public places in just so obnoxious to digest – hanging the people involved would be easy out for them. they should be tortured to the extent to realize how one feels if such things are done to them.

  39. Fienyo Igoniseigha permalink
    January 4, 2013 6:06 am

    What a shame that in this 21st century zIndian men are still practicing gang rape

  40. January 5, 2013 1:38 am

    You cannot hide away anymore.Your government must surely know that through the internet, the entire world is watching.There are fundamental rights for everyone.This is a despicable crime.Join humanity, you are being judged.”Modern Up”.

  41. Saral & Nandlal Pamnani permalink
    January 5, 2013 8:49 pm

    क्या हम लोग अपनों को civilized कह सकते है ? जब तक हम इन नेतायो के बच्चो को बिना किसी protection के एक आम आदमी की तरह treat नहीं करते, तब तक इनकी आखें नहीं खुलेंगी ! जब तक इनके बच्चे suffering नहीं करेंगे , तब तक ये politics करते रहेंगे !

  42. January 6, 2013 8:39 pm

    People of India should call themselves to order and be law abiding and avid further destructive actions but take precution and abide in God,so that they can bear good fruits.

  43. January 7, 2013 11:09 am

    It is about time, that as a nation of free human beings, that we refuse to traffic with nations who freely cooperate with brutality.

  44. Roy permalink
    January 7, 2013 1:57 pm

    Public hanging after being publically flogged would act as a deterent. Burning them alive in public will also be good

    • emery permalink
      January 8, 2013 4:45 am

      personally i think they should be taken out in the street and shot but that’s just me.

  45. January 9, 2013 8:43 am

    I never really understood that India was such a backward nation. When are the officials going to wake up and realize that this is 2013? India will never have the world’s respect as long as it practices gender discrimination. I, for one, will stop buying anything marked “Made in India.”

  46. Alexiea permalink
    January 9, 2013 10:24 am

    Women in these countries need to stand up and demand the respect they deserve. They can no longer sit on the sidelines and let men treat them as less. Men in these countries feel they are entitled to treat women with cruelty and disrespect because they do not value women. It’s disgusting and needs to stop! Not all men of these countries think this way but the thinking needs to change, there needs to be retribution. I applaud all the people who have stood up and voiced their opinions in this case, DONT STOP. KEEP SHOUTING! You will be heard one day.

  47. Norman Philpott permalink
    January 10, 2013 1:37 am

    Please stop the stupidity. Nobody asks to have violence done to them let alone women. The women of India must feel lower than the scum of the earth the way they are looked at. Shame that men cannot give birth – then the men of India may try killing themselves.

  48. January 11, 2013 12:39 am

    I cannot not even imagine the pain and the cruelty that these women suffer at the hands of the men who are suppose to love them and bear their children. This torture has been going on for hundred of years. I pray that someday these women will have the respect and affection of the men in their lives. It is very hard to read what is happening to them. I can’t even think of what their living conditions are. The men that do these horrible acts are not men, they are monsters. Real men love and protect the women in their lives.

  49. lesley permalink
    January 11, 2013 6:28 am

    wow…. if we could harness the strength of feeling on this short forum and send it to the powers that be in India, imagine what we could do…. I am in Australia and am horrified at this story. The perpetrators should be put to death… humanely of course because we are not the animals they are and some serious changes must be made to the laws in India. The biggest and hardest change must come from within… women of India… continue your fight… and tell me…. what the hell was the bus driver doing??? just driving along ignoring the screams of terror from the back of the bus???? what is with that!!!!!!

    • January 14, 2013 4:02 pm

      The bus driver and the ticket collector were a part of the gang that raped the young woman. The other men were pretending to be passengers, when the couple got on. So the couple walked into a premeditated trap actually. After that the bus kept roaming around the city for 2 hours and did not pick up any one. But prior to the incident, the gang on the bus had beaten up one man, and also stopped and robbed another man both of who had complained to the police. But the police had taken no action. If they had, the couple probably would have got saved that day.

    • lesley permalink
      January 14, 2013 4:23 pm

      oh my….. that is disgraceful…. surely SOMEONE is going to do SOMETHING???!!! I hope the whole world continues to watch as this unfolds… personally I will not visit India until I know it is safe…. especially as a ‘westener’ for fear of the men who dare to say I should not wear what ever I choose to wear!!!!!

  50. January 12, 2013 5:17 am

    Does a better economy allow the men of India to have more power to harm their women?

  51. Naomi Everton permalink
    January 12, 2013 2:41 pm

    Why did the people on the bus not do anything? Why did the bus driver not stop and call the police? I don’t understand how this could happen in a public crowded place and NO ONE did anything? How?

    • January 14, 2013 4:04 pm

      The bus driver and the ticket collector were a part of the gang that raped the young woman. The other men were pretending to be passengers, when the couple got on. So the couple walked into a premeditated trap actually. After that the bus kept roaming around the city for 2 hours and did not pick up any one. But prior to the incident, the gang on the bus had beaten up one man, and also stopped and robbed another man both of who had complained to the police. But the police had taken no action. If they had, the couple probably would have got saved that day.

  52. meera permalink
    January 12, 2013 7:34 pm

    Those seven men including the Bus Driver should be hanged till death w/o wasting any more time……

  53. Kathy Davis permalink
    January 16, 2013 2:58 am

    So horrible!! An atrocity to rape a woman! They nearly killed this one– she still may not survive! How could these men (more than one) be so evil to do such a terrible, terrible thing to another human being? Makes me physically ill to think of anybody being able to stand by and not try to stop them even if they themselves were harmed– humanity calls for all of us to care for each other, please do not stand by and let this happen to anyone! 😦

  54. LIZ permalink
    January 18, 2013 9:30 am


    • January 18, 2013 11:19 pm

      @LIZ No actually he fought back. When they found they couldn’t keep him down, that when they brought out the iron rod and beat him unconscious before using the iron rod to rape the woman. They pushed it so hard up that it pulled out the intestines. The boyfriend, is actually a very crucial eyewitness to the event. He talked about how when they dumped them on the road, the police vans stood around for 30 minutes debating whose jurisdiction it was. He had broken bones, but they made him carry his girlfriend into the van, and no one gave them anything to cover themselves with. In the hospital they were dumped on the floor, and left there for half an hour or more.

  55. January 22, 2013 10:31 pm

    THE IRON ROD SHUD BE INSERTED IN THESE criminal…AND there intestines shuld be pulled out and than THEY SHUD BE left to die on the road naked…..NO OTHER PUNISHMENT WILL JUSTIFY …

  56. Raj permalink
    January 29, 2013 6:53 pm

    Here’s my article on India and Rape: Feel free to leave a link to your blog via commenting on my post

  57. James permalink
    February 4, 2013 4:07 am

    Change for the better ! Change for Good! Change from Within !
    First of all WE must change ourselves & replace Lawlessness with LAW ABIDING !
    We must respect Human Life & All Life !
    Stop not only female foeticide but ALL foeticide ! Be productive & not Destructive !
    Respect women & men ! Respect law makers & law abiding citizens ! Never take law into your own hands – Human & Divine !
    May almighty God Bless us all & Bless our Good leaders & Our GREAT NATION !

  58. searchscheme permalink
    February 18, 2013 3:11 pm

    In India girls are not safe it is not good for us

  59. LaDora Flood permalink
    July 13, 2013 8:08 am

    I think I’m going to be sick……Give the women/females concealed carry permits and teach them how to shoot. If I lived where there were rabid wolves you bet I’d have my gun with me.

  60. May 28, 2014 9:32 pm

    Reblogged this on Thoughts of Kat Canfield and commented:
    The Indian women are fighting a battle American women have fought for decades. We finally have better laws and more protection but there is so much more to be done. We need to support women all over the world in the fight against sexual violence. Empower yourselves and in turn empower others. All women can protect themselves with the right training and it doesn’t involve a gun. Yes, Ladies, we can!!!!


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