Going to the dogs in all ways:
While leaving India, British rulers were aware that we would go to the dogs by communal polarisation. Now we are polarised on all lines.
Land of Rani of Jhansi:
Western type feminism is unfit for India. Western feminism was necessitated there by compulsion of circumstances. Our women can draw inspirations from the great Rani of Jhansi and several illustrious women of the past. They became great leaders not at the mercy of men.
Women in western countries and communist countries:
Generally speaking, Indian women have always been treated well here. Indira Gandhi was our Prime Minister. Benazir Bhutto was Pak PM. Sirimavo Bandaranaike and Chandrika Kumaratunga were rulers in Sri Lanka. Aung San Suu Kyi may become President of Myanmar.
Sheikh Hasina is PM of Bangladesh. Begum Khaleda Zia was PM there. We have a few women leaders who can be future PMs. But, no US woman has ever been elected president. Same is the case with France. In the long history of British parliament, only one woman has been elected PM i.e. Margaret Thatcher. French woman hero Joan of Arc was burnt.
Like the western and European countries, the communist countries have also neglected women. No communist country has ever raised a woman leader to a top post.
An international conspiracy:
We are already polarised on communal, caste and linguistic lines. The next and most dangerous monster is gender-based polarisation. It seems that there is an international conspiracy to stall the progress of India by exaggerating atrocities against women.
There are about 60 crore women in India. Vast majority of them belongs to weaker sections. They have so many pressing problems. Nobody is interested in their upliftment. Everybody is interested in investigating 'which boy stares at which girl'! Our only target is to" protect the dignity" of women. Going by the current trend, the life of every male (from a boy to a Centenarian) will be in danger. All males will suffer from gynophobia.
It is suspected that we are creating modern Bhasmasuras! All this hue and cry is not for the vast majority of women. This is just for the satisfaction of a minority of arrogant feminists in India.