The Missing Ingredient

19 Jan

No one will be awarded if they care about rapes, many of us don’t want to invest time in reading about rape cases. I would like to thank you that you are giving your time in reading this.

Rape,one of the most disgustful crimes and it is increasing day by day. Government is thinking to reduce the crime; people are making their own philosophy. Yet the rate of crime is increasing. To reduce a crime we have to put away our feelings, emotions to find out the solution. We have to be honest in accepting the reasons to decrease the crime logically.

So let us find out “THE MISSING INGREDIENTS”  and try to solve this problem to defend the daughters, the mothers, the sisters…

  • Our Language:  Words are powerful and they become more powerful when spoken by people with power. In the society words are often used to put women down. Calling a girl or woman “Freak”, “Whore” or “Bitch” is common. Such language sends a message that women are not fully human. When we get familiar with such language it becomes easier to disregard their rights and to treat them with less respect.
  • Our Organizations:   Team work helps in achieving a goal. Making an organization in college, neighborhood, society, friend circle, office and working as a team to reduce crime can easily help us. But we don’t do this.
    Watching news and talking about rape cases can never help.
    Join or donate to an organization working to prevent violence against women.
    Rape will not be taken seriously until everyone knows how common it is.
  • Our Families: Our families play a major role. Girls and boys are not allowed to learn about maturing and puberty at the right age.
    They are not allowed to express their feelings in public. Even a simple friendly hug or holding hands gets lots of “Oooos” and stares. Hugging in public is a “no! no!”
    Even our parents don’t touch each other in public.
    Most of the time touching, hugging, holding hands is just a way to express happiness, joy and friendship. I don’t thing that touching someone we love, in public is a pervert act. It doesn’t always mean that people want physical relationship.
    And when our children grow up with such mentality, they never held hands, touched another person affectionately and finally they do it at extreme level or raping. So the boys and girls should be carefully nurtured and educated about adulthood and relationships.

– Abhinav Sakalle


2 Responses to “The Missing Ingredient”

  1. aditi January 21, 2013 at 12:24 pm #

    good work… Mr. writter

    • Abhinav Sakalle January 21, 2013 at 12:34 pm #

      Thanks a bunch, dear reader.
      Stay connected and I’ll be back with more posts..

      – Abhinav…

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