Why there is still a question mark on Women's safty in developed countries ?
Like backward countries still there is danger to Women's safty in developed countries. Still they need a male partner or family to stay safe at night. Still there are happening many accidents which prove that ladies are not safe in society. Still they face comments from unsocial persons when they pass away on road. Still parents feel worried if a daughter comes late at night.
Because guys are born 4 times stronger then girls, thus guys usually have an advantage, in strength. If u are a girl that really feel insecure about ur safety, an advice is for you to learn how to fight, to increase ur confidence and ability to protect ur self in dangerous situation.
Anyone who is perceived to be physically weaker or powerless will always have some measure of fear in the back of their mind.
No amount of laws/severe punishment will stop criminal behavior. Unwelcomed comments and catcalls can be ignored though.
Most men will never experience the fear that many women have by simply leaving the office at night and walking through the parking lot or going out on a first date with someone new.
Women have to be aware of their surroundings at all times. Being gullible or too trusting can quickly put a target on their back.
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
Why is crime still not been controlled in developed countries ?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
How long will it take for the developing countries to become developed countries?
by kallini2010 6 years ago
Do you think women have more rights than men?I mean, of course, the most developed countries. I hear that men grow resentful of rights being given to women. The assumption is that women have an upper hand.
by Tarun Bajaj 5 years ago
Why don't Developed Countries like America doesn't take seriously the Environment protection act?(Reducing Carbon Footprint) Climate Change Conference, no promises and nothing have come out so far, like Copenhagen & others,, Don't they consider Global Warming seriously???
by nicomp really 8 years ago
I wonder if anyone has life expectancy numbers that exclude murders, suicides, and accidental deaths, which are not relevant when considering health care. I think the US comes out on top; we drive more miles and will therefore have more automobile deaths and we permit gun ownership.The Libs really...
by Astralrose 5 years ago
What makes a developed country better to live in?India is a developing country and I have many personal complaints when it comes to many things -politics, environmental, social issues among others so I am wondering why not migrate to other countries because it seems like they're better than here....
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