Indian Laws must take Strict Actions against Incels

  • Sudeshna Potphode
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  • Sudeshna Potphode

    Student at Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur, India.

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Western traditions having profound impact on Indians. In this research we have discussed various cases and then steps taken by some nations to prevent Incels violence. Before such new thing take place what positive steps can India take to stop it from further escalating, it is the main motive behind writing this article. “Incels” recognized as the people who blame women for their inability to win love or to have sexual partner. We see it as psychological understanding these people are actually going through inferiority complex. According Incels women are only attracted toward the “Chads” and “Stacys” which they call it as most handsome and white men having reputed image where they believe women get with these men to maintain their status and lifestyle whereas they also believe that women’s position should be limited that they are being independent which is also being one of reason for their cause. To throw out their frustration and anger toward women various online web has developed communities. Rather calming which provoking more hatred and misogynistic views on women. Over the years crimes against women are rising. In the country like India as per the NCRB report December 2023 shows that the crimes against women rising are fifty-one every hour crimes have been reported. It’s a very recent data shows the current situation of women. There are various reasons including the long lasted strong patriarchy in India throughout history. The traditions and the approaches have been taken up by our society is, which having immense impact on our society today, the way women being recognized by masculine nature in today’s world. Different types of violence on various level happening today. Where someone’s inability can also cause the women existence that is being threat for the specific community talking about the “Incels” (voluntary celibate).


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 1308 - 1317


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