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Say No..! No to Eve Teasing


Humble request….!blog5-7

In a country like India where we call a cow as a mother, a river as a mother here what we are actually doing. Just think of your heart, soul and mind. Please Stop eve teasing.

I am nobody to tell  anyone what is wrong and what is right, But a time comes that you need to think yourself. Because I know if somebody teases your sister/mother or any other ladies from your home on a public place, then as a man how will I react on that?


One of the recent incident of Allahabad, UP


Eve teasing is a euphemism used throughout South Asia, which includes India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal for public sexual harassment or molestation of women by men, where the name “Eve” alludes to the very first woman, according to the Biblical creation story. Considered a problem related to delinquency in youth, it is a form of sexualblog5-3 aggression that ranges in severity from sexually suggestive remarks, brushing in public places and catcalls to groping. Some non-governmental organizations have suggested that the expression is replaced by a more appropriate term. According to them, considering the semantic roots of the term in Indian English, Eve teasing refers to the temptress nature of Eve, placing responsibility on the woman as a tease.



There are certain provisions for the preventions of Sexual Assault cases; ironically, the term eve-teasing is not mentioned anywhere in the Indian Penal Code; as Eve-teasing is an attitude, mindset, and a particular set of behavior.  Eve-teasing occurs in public places which can be effectively curbed, with a little effort, Consequences of not curbing such a menace, needless to say, at times are disastrous. Every citizen in this country has right to live with dignity and honor which is a fundamental right guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution of India.

With the widespread protest against increasing Sexual Offences in India, the Indian Parliament has passed Criminal Law (Amendment) Act 2013, which brought in certain other protective features, such as, Section 354A protects women against sexual harassment; acts such as physical contact and advances involving unwelcome and explicit sexual overture; or a demand or request for sexual favours; or making sexual sexually coloured remarks.



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