Indian Women a Valentines day salute from Australia
Indian women have been subjected to the extreme view of "Taliban" like extremists and it must be stopped.
An extremist group of Indian men have assaulted a group of women in a public place for being "un-Indian" while having a normal social outing with friends for Valentine's day.
The BBC reported this story and the women have evidently retaliated with an online campaign to send the perpetrators hundreds of pink panties.
They got an enormous response with some people sending boxes full of pink panties to them!
Evidently the loony god bothered Hindu extremists are to reply with gifts of the conservative sari. These gutless zealots are not being peaceful because they suddenly grew a brain each, the are scared of the press! Good work ladies! I can't wait for the next round.
You cannot push Indian women around. They have the Internet and a means of world wide support. The other huge factor is the strength of Indian women themselves. A force to be reckoned at any time. When they get together in numbers, they could start with pink panties and end up changing some Indian values important to the situation of many women in India.
As an Australian, naturally I have many Indian friends as we have many Indian people living here. Every Indian woman that I know is strong and smart. They love it here and so do the kids, who soon escape in to our free and open society. The women integrate well and so do modern Indian men.
Some of the older men treat the females in the family badly even in Australia, but usually not for long.Given the opportunity these women show their strength.
Indian women get to know neighbors and workmates here because Australia is a friendly place over all, and soon learn our laws.
I know three older women who have called in our Australian social security and got orders against abusive males who did not obey Australia's laws. Our laws protect women's rights very well.
The younger Indian men get it. They have a lot less trouble getting an equal relationship going with their wives. Society has it's own ways of educating them if they don't. They will be told by workmates that the shouldn't treat women that way, just as reasonable Indians do in their own beautiful country.
I am surprised and shocked by the Indian Government's lenient attitude to these thugs.
A true story.
One young woman I know came to Australia on her parents behest to marry a man she had never met. After she married him he treated her badly.
She went to work in a factory where she met other Australianised Indian women and a few Aussies who's relationships looked a lot better than hers.After a few months she became aware of the enormous gulf between her and her abusive husband.
A young good looking Indian man (who looked like a god to her she told me about a year later), had heard about this abuse from an Indian/Australian woman she worked with.He liked this quiet pretty girl a lot, but had not considered her approachable as she was married.
When he was told the extent of abuse this girl was getting from her husband he got his Australian lawyer on her case. She is now married to this beautiful young man who loves her deeply and treats her like a princess. True story, oh and by the way they now have a beautiful little girl, the first child for them both, as she did not have children with her first husband even though he regularly raped her.
I do not know what happened to the husband and I don't care, I just want to see all the wonderful women of India happy and safe, living as equals whatever country they are in. They deserve to be safe and hopefully happy.
Oh, and a hairy goat up each of the aforementioned loony tune flat world dwellers!
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'Pink Panty' Women Target Extremist Right Wing Indian Leader, Women throughout the world -- 13,000 at latest count -- will be sending Pramod Mutalik a pair of pink panties for Valentine's Day. But these undies won't make his heart go pitty-pat.