Short clothes: Freedom of expression, or violation of public decency



India is a cultural land with diversity in all aspect from human faces till views. It does always disturb my egghead whenever I see someone staring other girl of my age just for the reason she is wearing dress which is either above knees or cleavage showing. Some see the ‘show of skin’ with ensconce eyes others see it openly if still not sufficient some hormones caper also do vulgar comment.

I mean what is this? Is this the society who talks about educating a girl and on the other hand parents teaches their boys how superior they are ergo boys owe all rights to enjoy. Girls are also humans- Are we? Human rights are for everyone-Really?  I don’t think that Indian society even do consider women as a living being if they do , they just consider us as a pleasure machine who indeed help males to satisfy their greed of intimacy.

If wearing short clothes is violation of public decency then why these statements are only girls have to follow? Boys also do wear shorts even shorter than ours but no girl ever commented to any boy. Aren’t boys violating the so called rule of public decency? Why males don’t agree on the staple point that they cannot control their ‘balls of fantasies’

People can see scant show of girl in pornography but if they see girls in short dresses then according to the austere and sagacious humans it’s the violation of rule which they have set for women then a girl wearing saree and suit should not grab the eagle’s eye of eve-teasers as these dress code is set by our intelligent society but most of the eve-teasing and acid attacks happened with those girls who were wearing the dresses according to the society’s decency code .Who has given right to them to decide what we can wear what we not? We can never expect our society to change their views for women. It’s just an adage to say “India is growing” yes it is growing but in the case of women it’s growing to bury more women inside the grave of coercion created by virile creatures (society considers we don’t).