the lynx wrote: rajagainstthemachine wrote:
sundaymorningstaple wrote: In a country where there are equal rights under the law AND enforced, they might stifle the "urge".
only my 2Ã‚¢ worth
However, statistics that I provided earlier shows that this is not always the case.
The countries with gender equality incidentally are also have the highest rape incidents.
This disproves the theory that gender quality implies a reduced occurrence of rape.
Not necessarily. Sexual assaults still happen (that I won't deny) but at lesser degree and the long arm of law (and the pressure of established female rights movement) in those countries is always there to make sure that these perpetrators don't go scot-free.
A sexual assault or a rape what difference does it make ? It should be treated as a similar crime.
There are some pretty lopsided laws ( the Anti Dowry Law) against men in India too just like the post sergei made about Israel
that law is being misused too.
There laws and legal structures exist in every country for crimes but enforcement is something that never really happens in India.
I have a friend in Singapore here who was assaulted by her husband , the police came took him away kept him overnight and let him off.
I urged her to get a Personal protection Order, when she went to file for one, she was advised against it as this PPO could turn her husband even more violent and she was sent away.
You think this is Law enforcement or a solution ? the perpetrator is indeed scott free in this case.