Marital rape law and AI
No sane man would be against laws that punishes a man for torturing his spouse. The problem however starts with the issue of misuse of such laws.
Marital rape: Why we need to criminalize it
We need to criminalise marital rape and, along with the issues concerning it must be answered. And with that, we can bring equality and justice in a real sense.
How to address the issue of ‘Marital Rapes’
A pervert, who can find pleasure in forcing a choice on the other for an act that is supposed to give pleasure to both is not fit to carry out a responsibility as sacred as ‘marriage’. Expecting such a pervert to change under the fear of law is neither desirable nor sustainable. Citizens who have 'fear of law' do not make them better citizens, they become better only when they develop 'respect for law'. Let the society, the law and the government find a way to spread the awareness about the sanctity and importance of marriage.
Marital rape: Implementation of procedural law
Marital rape is infringing the fundamental right to live with dignity under article 21 of the Constitution of India. It is the duty casted upon the state to make proper norms to make marital rape as penal offence and criminalize this act.
Marital rape scenario in India
In marital rape the victim being the wife suffers all kinds of hardships and husband being the perpetrator doesn’t feel he his doing anything wrong as he believes its his right to have sexual relations with his wife whether she gives consent or not.
Why is virginity still the most important thing in India?
Virginity isn’t a report card that can assess the character and love of a girl. Think before you question it.