Not everyone’s the same

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How upset will you be if anybody accuse your own homeland? I am patriotic in my own way and do not support blind allegations and judgements of any sort…even if it is about someone else.

I came across the post by Michaela Cross, which recounts her traumatic experiences while staying in India. As a women it pained me to read her agonizing experiences. It pained me to be reminded that all women – Indian or foreign are seen as sexual objects. It also pained me to read such thoughts about my country and my people.

The blog is misleading. I will never say that she was bluffing about her painful experiences or about the effect it had on her. I will not deny that sexual abuse doesn’t happen here nor that it happens only to certain people. But it is misleading because the article portrays India to be the worst country with highest sexual assault, which, of course, directly points towards Indian men. This isn’t true.

There are vile monsters in every nook and corner of the world. Some place swarms with the likes of these and some places they are more or less controlled. But that doesn’t mean sexual assault do not happen everywhere. Obviously, all people are not alike. So is the case with men. There are decent men who respects women and there are also despicable devils who leers and abuses women. But i don’t believe all men to be innocent as lambs. It’s in their nature to be on the aggressive side when compared to women.

After the disturbing explosion of that article in the blogosphere, it came as a huge relief when i read Candace’s post. I was happy to know there are people who do not accuse the whole country for the crimes of some and who understands the fact that not everyone is the same.
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7 thoughts on “Not everyone’s the same

  1. A few days back (in The Hindu, I think), there was an article about how Indian men are among the most sensitive and caring in the world. One lady even loves the fact that they are Mamas’ boys, as this only makes them more caring. Still, a brute by any other name is still an unmitigated brute.

    • I do not agree to that thought. Even if a guy is a mama’s boy, theres no guarantee that he will be more caring. Infact he can also be a person who bad-mouths and abuses woman. The respect given to mothers are not replicated to wives. It will be foolish to think that all Indian men are so nice and gentlemanlike. Monsters are monsters wherever they come from – India or any other country.

  2. Well, I agree with the post. I don’t think man’s mindset is linked to which country he belongs to. Love, Care , Compassion , Cruelty, Aggressiveness etc are all human characteristics which were made before we divided ourselves into different countries.

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