Woman protests by displaying her Anti rape dress in steel barbed wire
This middle-aged women you see in the picture displaying her anti-rape dress in steel barbed wire feels protected in a society like India.
This middle-aged women you see in the picture displaying her anti-rape dress in steel barbed wire feels protected in a society like India. This is how Indian women are feeling right now to go out, in the light of a horrifying gangrape and murder of a 27-year-old
veterinary doctor in Hyderabad.
A woman, like you and I, returning after a day's work at around 8 pm – dressed "moderately" according to society's standards, and yet what remained were her charred remains.
" Bleak as it may be, nothing is going to change at least not in my lifetime"
We have to be responsible for our own SAFETY and that today I feel by wearing steel barbed wearing dress can help us.
In a society like India's, it's bad enough that women get hooted at on streets for wearing 'provocative' clothes and blamed in the confines of their homes for 'provoking men'. It's the vicious circle that is also the reason why women don't speak up more.