Crime Against Men in India

Crime Against Men in India: Patriarchy Enslaves Men

By: Dexin Joyan, Dr. Mithilesh Narayan Bhatt

The book Crime Against Men in India: Patriarchy Enslaves Men in recent years, gender-based violence against women has been on the rise in India. However, a parallel concern that is often left in the shadows is crimes against men. The book aims to shed light on this neglected aspect by examining the various forms of violence faced by men in the country. While societal norms may stereotype men as invincible, the reality is that many suffer in silence. This can range from physical abuse to emotional manipulation, and societal expectations often discourage men from reporting such incidents. False accusations and...

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Crime Against Men in India: Patriarchy Enslaves Men” in recent years, gender-based violence against women has been on the rise in India. However, a parallel concern that is often left in the shadows is crimes against men. The book aims to shed light on this neglected aspect by examining the various forms of violence faced by men in the country. While societal norms may stereotype men as invincible, the reality is that many suffer in silence. This can range from physical abuse to emotional manipulation, and societal expectations often discourage men from reporting such incidents.

False accusations and abuse of gender-based laws are another facet of crimes against men. A legal system designed to protect individuals sometimes becomes a tool for manipulation. Men facing false accusations of dowry abuse, domestic violence, or sexual assault find themselves navigating a complex and challenging legal landscape. The suicide rate among men in India also presents a disturbing picture. Stressors related to societal expectations, financial stress, and relationship struggles contribute to an increase in suicide rates among men. Men who face these challenges often find it difficult to speak up for fear of ridicule or disbelief. This book aims to empower readers with knowledge to protect and contribute to ongoing efforts to combat online exploitation.

Addressing crimes against men in India requires a multi-pronged approach. First, social awareness and a change in mindset are needed to eliminate stereotypes that hinder reporting. In addition, legal reforms are called for to ensure that the justice system is impartial and sensitive to the experiences of men facing violence. Mental health support systems need to be strengthened to encourage men to seek help without fear of judgement. As we begin this exploration, the book invites readers to critically examine the societal expectations, legal frameworks, and cultural influences that contribute to the underreporting and recognition of crimes against men. It emphasizes the importance of approaching this sensitive subject with objectivity and empathy, aiming for a discourse beyond gender discrimination.

Addressing crimes against men in India is critical to fostering a society where everyone feels safe and heard. By dismantling stereotypes, reforming legal frameworks and fostering support networks, we can work towards an inclusive and just society.

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available

Publish Date:

2024-02-05

Published Year:

2024

Publisher Name:

Lex Assisto Media and Publications

Total Pages:

152

Format:

Paperback

Country:

India

Language:

English

Dimension:

12.7 x 20.32 x 1.27 cm

Weight:

250 g

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