Don’t believe when they say they will change! The ones who have no voice need you to speak up. Domestic Violence Prevention Begins with Me and you.

 

The video tries to showcase a very deep Meaning, Fear; the Women has due to domestic Violence that she wants her long beautiful hair so shorten that no one would ever be able to hold them like before, Because of their long length the One who was Affecting her moral was the one because of whom she wanted to get them shortened. Domestic violence being the sole Reason what made her believe that shorter Hair are difficult to hold and pull the case where a wife is beaten up by her husband which made her so terrorised that she is ready to forgo her long beautiful hair so that she wouldn’t have to experience the Same old feelings and Fear again in life.

Violence against women is not unique to India, but India’s continuing belief in cultural practices that undermine women’s roles in its society sets the nation apart. Traditional practices, such as the preference for male children, create gender inequalities and make Indian women increasingly vulnerable to violence and discrimination. Sons are more important to the family legacy and hold more authority and legitimacy in Indian culture. The preference for males has far-reaching implications for female children’s health, education, economic opportunities, as well as on their right to choose their partners.

Where almost half of the population are women, they have always been ill-treated and deprived of their right to life and personal liberty as provided under the constitution of India. Women are always considered as a physically and emotionally weaker than the males, whereas at present women have proved themselves in almost every field of life-affirming that they are no less than men due to their hard work whether at home or working places. Behind closed doors of homes all across our country, people are being tortured, beaten and killed. It is happening in rural areas, towns, cities and in metropolitans as well. It is crossing all social classes, genders, racial lines and age groups. It is becoming a legacy being passed on from one generation to another. But offences against women which reflects the pathetic reality that women are just not safe and secure anywhere.Violence against women is not a new phenomenon. Women have to bear the burns of domestic, public, physical as well as emotional and mental violence against them, which affects her status in the society

Violence against women is not a new phenomenon. Women have to bear the burns of domestic, public, physical as well as emotional and mental violence against them, which affects her status in the society at the larger extent. The statistics of increasing crimes against women is shocking, where women are subjected to violence attacks i.e. foeticide, infanticide, medical neglect, child marriages, bride burning, sexual abuse of girl child, forced marriages, rapes, prostitution, sexual harassment at home as well as workplace etc.The term used to describe this exploding problem of violence within our homes is ‘Domestic Violence’. This violence is towards someone who we are in a relationship with, be it a wife, husband, son, daughter, mother, father, grandparent or any other family member. It can be a male’s or a female’s atrocities towards another male or a female. Anyone can be a victim and a victimizer. This violence has a tendency to explode in various forms such as physical, sexual or emotional. ‘Domestic Violence’ includes harms or injuries which endanger women’s health, safety, life whether mental or physical.

The term used to describe this exploding problem of violence within our homes is ‘Domestic Violence’. This violence is towards someone who we are in a relationship with, be it a wife, husband, son, daughter, mother, father, grandparent or any other family member. It can be a male’s or a female’s atrocities towards another male or a female. Anyone can be a victim and a victimizer. This violence has a tendency to explode in various forms such as physical, sexual or emotional. ‘Domestic Violence’ includes harms or injuries which endanger women’s health, safety, life whether mental or physical.The consequences of domestic violence attack on women, which will affect victim as well as

The consequences of domestic violence attack on women, which will affect victim as well as family of the victim. Domestic Violence affects women’s productivity in all forms of life i.e. assaulted women will always get agonised and emotionally disturbed and remain quite after occurrence of the torment. The suicide case of such victimised women is also a deadly consequence and the number of such cases is increasing day by day. A working Indian woman may lose her efficiency in work or drop out from work in some cases. Domestic Violence may affect the life of children at the larger extent because child will be having greater attachment with her mother and once the mother’s grief and sufferings revealed then child may turn silent, reserved and express solace to the mother.

The Government of India should come out with some more stringent laws to protect the rights of women who are victims of violence of any kind occurring within the family so that it will work as the preventive measure to eradicate the crime. A strict law to be passed to punish those women who are filing a false complaint against husband or relatives by misusing of Domestic Violence Act so that there will be fair justice to all.

How can India end this tide of violence against women?

Despite rising levels of education, gender awareness and stringent pro-women laws, change has been slow and violence against women is increasing

Violence exists at all income and education levels even though poverty and lack of education aggravate the practices due to economic stress and lack of exposure to other gender equal norms and knowledge of laws. Sometimes, if a woman is earning more than her male partner then that too can be a trigger for IPV.

This Beautiful advertisement was created to raise awareness and enhance the honour and Pride of Women in society and to stop abuse and violence against women.

 

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