Gender Inequality

  • Rigved Shyamkant Kalekar
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  • Rigved Shyamkant Kalekar

    LLM Student at Bharati Vidyapeeth New Law College, India

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The need of the hour is protection against violation of sexual abuse by both genders against other or same gender and punishing those who abuse the law for their personal vendetta the media has only conceptualized sexual offences by male predators and sexual victimisation of women. The only remedy that a man will have after being raped is to make a complaint under Section 377 of the IPC, which states unnatural sex which includes sodomy. The laws under the IPC except for Section 377 meant only for females. Unfortunately for those who were violated in a non-penile manner, no other alternative exists. The growing trend has been towards glorification of feminism which has created in itself femvertising. The Y and Z generations have made a social change by accepting that responsibilities are shared, that both male and female define their criteria of work not on the basis of societal judgements but on the basis of equality. Gender equality in its true notion is achieved when both genders are treated equally and treat each other equally, neither higher nor lower. Gender Equality should be defined and adopted in its true sense which states people of all genders have equal rights.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 3, Issue 6, Page 275 - 278


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