oskar hansen


A Sad Affair In India


Rape in India, those who thought it was a land of Ganges
and a Hindu paradise, will now discover that India is not
much different from other countries, including the west.
a woman lost her life in the frenzy of sexual hatred against
a class or a woman who was educated and not a slave of
ignorant men who think how a woman should behave.
And the common cries blows through villages and cities:
Kill them kill them. And I say NO, because if we do we
Become just like the thugs on the bus. They must be
incarcerated as women are unsafe with these, kind of
men in streets. But they are victims too by a system that
disregard women as cattle; their hatred is social, and only
by changing the system can women be safe, but only
when it dawn on us that women are our daughters,
wives and mothers

Submitted: Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, January 22, 2013

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