As already explained in Gender Arsenal, there is a volley of laws to protect women and the below image of a woman or a similar one is used to get these laws passed for one may wonder that why there are so many laws to protect a woman and none to protect a man.
The answer to this question may be complex and partially answered in Man’s Power Tussle leads to Man’s Struggle, however, the fact remains, there are laws and acts to protect women and even animals, but not men. Worse, there are more laws in the pipeline.
And one such proposed law is the Sexual Harassment Bill (SHB) which aims to ‘protect’ WOMEN from sexual harassment at workplaces. Of late, the women protection laws like the Dowry Harassment law, Domestic Violence law have come under scathing criticism by a group of citizens who have organized themselves into NGOs under the aegis of Save Indian Family and research conducted by Save Indian Family activists has revealed that women are much safer than they are projected in media and in reality it’s the men who are suffering.
Some glaring statistics about men are available at,
These figures have been never published by the Govt. of India; these are the result of relentless campaigning and research done by Save Indian Family Activists on figures available with Govt. records in the National Crime Records Bureau.
These figures projected a picture in sharp contrast with social perceptions where a woman is always a victim and a man is always a criminal. These figures clearly show the abuse men undergo at the hands of women and die unprotected. It was unearthed by men wronged by dowry laws’ misuse and because the dowry laws and domestic violence laws have no provision to address the misuse, the misuse has been happening to the tune of 98% in these areas. For all practical purposes, these laws cannot be called laws; they are legal unaccountable loose extortion weapons sought to seek revenge and vengeance.
And now, the same masterminds have proposed the SHB, some of the glorious highlights of which are:-
- It is based on single judgment by Supreme Court in the Vishakha case.
- It is also based on the same Victim Women Criminal Men Syndrome, based on which dowry laws were designed and have led not only to social rampage and devastation of married men, but have also devoured the family system and established the foundations of a fatherless society in India.
- It does not have any provision to address misuse.
- It is being kept out of the purview of the Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI) – the only tool citizens have in the so called democratic country – India to expose the corruption of Govt. officials.
- It is not gender neutral although Men can be harassed sexually.
Now, the obvious question arises is, that when it is a Bill and yet in formulation stages, then how do I have all this information with me. Answer is again RTI. Relentless RTI campaign by our activists spanning months and spelling hours and hours of hard work have resulted in the above synopsis. Detailed RTI is available here.
It is surprising that the SHB is being proposed in its current form even when there is reasonable awareness of,
- Misuse of dowry laws (accepted by the Honorable President of India and the Honorable Chief Justice of India)
- The fact that men are victims too.
- The fact that women can lie too and women can be criminals as well.
In wake of the above situation, not providing a misuse clause, keeping SHB out of the purview of the RTI Act and other glorious features as described above points only to a grim reality of a clear conspiracy theory against men. A conspiracy wherein the photo of Sita is projected to get a gender obsessed law and Surpanakha is encouraged to misuse to law to treat the man as a FREE ATM MACHINE.
By providing the five glorious features as described above, it is clearly evident that Gender Based Radical Extremists and masterminds of Weapons of Male Destruction (WMD) are projecting Sita to get gender obsessed laws and protecting Surpanakha to propagate the misuse to unleash their male hatred. Project Sita, Protect Surpanakha.