In India, women are always at an advantage because of our recent laws which provides them so much freedom. For instance, ladies have a separate ticket counter at almost every place. They have seats reserved in buses. In metros, they have a complete coach reserved for themselves in every train. All these and other benefits are provided to them for their safety and security.
But the question arises here is are women using the laws meant for their protection in a right way or misusing them against men. Not every women but some are actually using their right to take revenge from men and for personal gains. Innocent men and families have been victimised because of such misuse of women protection laws.
When any matter comes to the forefront, then all the world pays heed towards it and the rest of the matters recede to the backdrop. With the hue and cry for women’s rights in India, the jeopardy faced by men has been neglected completely. The book seeks to take up the plea for gender neutral laws with respect to offences like rape, sexual harassment, domestic violence, etc which are predominantly gender-specific and assume the victimization of women alone. When the voice is raised for gender neutrality for women in all respects then why should men suffer from lack of protection available to them by law? Gender neutrality if propagated then should serve to the advantage of both the genders. With most of the countries having gender neutral laws and the number of rising offences against men there arises the need to address the issue at hand at the earliest.
Book Name- Is India Ready for Gender Neutral Laws?
Author(s)- Udit Malik and Ayushi Raghuwanshi
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Print on Demand)
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