33 comments

  • Junicia N.
    12/06/2019 12:48

    Of course India is not a save country for female

  • Kalyan S.
    12/06/2019 02:29

    .... The fundamental mistake in upbringing the children in our society, compartmentalizing the key and common aspects of lives between boys and girls; the trigger of all forms of future debauchery and confusion!!!!

  • Sriram N.
    12/05/2019 19:20

    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/pakistan/629-pakistani-girls-sold-as-brides-to-china/articleshow/72363767.cms

  • Akash S.
    12/05/2019 10:39

    All those sexist boomers must go to hell😇

  • Mansi V.
    12/04/2019 09:43

    kyu na ldkio ko hi khtum kr diya jye na rhe gi ldkiya na unka astitv na koi preshani hogi ye sab ke sath nhi mere ghr me bhi ye hi hota h ...uska nam de dege concern humko nhi chiye care concern ye chij lsko ko sikho care kya hota respect kya hota h

  • Alfred H.
    12/04/2019 09:22

    This where the problem begins.... In each and every household... I am sure somewhere on a very small scale we do it too at home too... It's time to correct ourselves.

  • Sagar S.
    12/04/2019 06:45

    Why are u using small children brut

  • Krishna P.
    12/04/2019 04:36

    Dear Brute Equality is a distant dream to woman folks in India . This piece of evidence ,the raw speech by tender age d kids is a prominent one . This is one side of the mass middle class. Let's take down to the Bpl class where the BOYS ARE PAWNED TO WORK FOR FAMILY ,MARRY OFF THEIR SISTERS AND FEED THE WHOLE FAMILY , I RECOMMEND YOU TAKE YOUR CREWS TO NORTH EAST INDIA ,WHERE BOYS ARE SENT TO SOUTHERN INDIA FOR WORKING AS LABOURERS , COOKS, WASHERMENS. A MASSIVE WORK FORCE IS IN MOVEMENT FROM BENGAL, BIHAR ,ODISHA, JHARKHAND, ASSAM, . WITH LIVING ON ONE DAY MEAL THEY FEED THE ENTIRE FAMILY BY WEEKLY PAYMENTS THROUGH AGENTS , COURIERS, THIS IS NEO GLOBALISATION,WHICH YOUR TEAM DOESN'T ENQUIRES ABOUT ,EVEN YOUR TEAMS TURN BLIND ABOUT. DON'T THEIR RULING PARTIES AT STATE GOVERNMENT HAVE EVER TRIED TO IMPART A LIVELIHOOD AND EDUCATION IN THEIR, THEN MAMTA BANERJEE AND TEAM DOESNT HAVE TIME OR BLIND EYE . EVERY YEAR 2 LAKH BENGALI WOKERS ON AN AVERAGE LAND IN KERALA , 10 PERCENT ARE INDULGED IN CRIMES OF GREVIOUS NATURE , 50 PERCENT ARE IN ADDICTION OF THEM ARE IN REGULAR CONSUMPTION OF NARCOTIC AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES . MANY OF THEM ARE ALSO CARRIERS OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES .2 PERCENT DIE ON JOB DUE TO FATIGUE ,OVER WORKING PAYING OFF DEBTS. THIS IS REALITY .LOCALS ARE GETTING ANNOYED , THE DAY WILL NOT BE FAR WHEN PRESSURE MAY OUTBURST ON POOR ONES.

  • Suresh K.
    12/04/2019 04:29

    Why no girls were asked for a talk? .. do u thought girls should not give a talk & only boys should?

  • Johns P.
    12/03/2019 17:24

    The problem starts at a young age

  • Chetan G.
    12/03/2019 16:00

    Stupid

  • Sneha G.
    12/03/2019 13:23

    its the mentality problem of our parents and society surrounding ,they actually creat the discrimination in male and female. Generally that is one of the major reason behind fragile women security.

  • Suparna C.
    12/03/2019 13:10

    I studied in a co-ed school, where Girls and boys used to sit in different columns in the classroom. We were not allowed to sit with boys on the same bench or play with them. Girls had many restrictions. We also had to wear sarees as school uniform in class XI, XII.

  • Yangchen B.
    12/03/2019 09:54

    There is no equality in the society in which we live...how long do we have to fight for our rights....all these are not natural differences but social differences....when will you all get this thing inside your head?

  • Suman G.
    12/03/2019 09:11

    The issue is absolutely correct and should be addressed. But, are they memorising and speaking these words? Just a feeling though.

  • Ranjani S.
    12/03/2019 08:14

    Yes. Stereotypes are internalized.

  • Tushar J.
    12/03/2019 07:06

    When boys play something which is considered as girls games or stuff... Girls themselves mock boys.. And that is too embarrassing.

  • Claire C.
    12/03/2019 06:40

    Change must always begin at home.Come out of the age old biases and let our kids bask in the freedom to do what their heart wills.

  • Gracy P.
    12/03/2019 06:39

    Not just the parents these Indian schools restrict girls not to mingle with the boys or play with them.. Its just so wrong the way schools operate, parents do contribute to this behaviour but why don't the schools take some responsibility too

  • D K.
    12/03/2019 06:21

    we spoke about this yesterday