Are you a Rapist?- Find out by answering these simple questions.

If you laughed down your way reading this. Read it again! Its non non-sense. Its what you, me and everyone are. Our whole society is a RAPIST.  Be it their education, their marriage, their clothes, their friends, their activities- all we know is to put restrictions on them as if its all their fault. Women in India are raped everyday, every second, physically as well as mentally- raped of their freedom, choices and right to live.

Women do not need security. They need RESPECT.



Author: sarthakg

A terrible dancer, an abrasive singer and a Chartered Accountant, Sarthak Goyal has been penning his mind through the blog ‘Something. Nothing. Everything’ since 2009. In whatever little time he gets away from sleep, he works for his venture,

4 thoughts on “Are you a Rapist?- Find out by answering these simple questions.”

  1. I think that what many fail to appreciate is that rape is not a violent sexual crime, it is a sexual violent crime. Men (and very, very few women) don’t rape becasue they are aroused or exited, they rape becasue they are angry and full of hate. They don’t rape to get sexual gratification, they do it because they want to hurt somebody so badly and so horribly that this hurt never goes away. In societies where rape is common, it is becasue men in that culture feel that they are being robbed of their masculinity and they re-assert themselves by taking out their frustration on the most vulnerable members of society.
    The way women dress or behave does not encourage rape ever, changing it won’t discourage it either. If you want to live in a society without rape, teach your children from an early age that agressive sexuality does not equal masculinity, change what “man” means and you will go a long way to solve this problem.

    PS: women sexually assalting other women or men (more often children) DOES happen, but in almost all of the cases the woman was a victim of sexual violence herself. Men who have been victims of sexual violence tend to dramatically under-report it and many refuse to even accept this this has happend to them, they try to find other ways of coping with the trauma (which may or may not include “taking back” thier masculintiy by raping someone). Most male rapists are not vitims of sexual violence but men who grew up in a culture where being a man was defined as being a strong warrior type and where they now somehow feel disempowered and so less “male”.

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