The words “women’s body” and “women are people” were uttered in a Facebook post by a Hindu woman.
The post has been viewed over 50,000 times.
The woman wrote, “If a woman wears a traditional dress and her husband does not respect her, then I will go out and take the man and kill him.”
Her post sparked outrage on social media.
“This post is a message to all the women and girls of India, not just Muslim women.
You are not alone in your struggles, we are with you.
We know that your body is not ours and we do not take it lightly.
This is a challenge for us and we are confident that we can overcome this.”
Women and girls in India have been living with the oppression of patriarchy and patriarchal culture for decades.
We are also facing the issues of economic insecurity, and the impact of climate change,” she added.
Rajesh Khatri, a prominent social activist and author, tweeted, “Women are not the same as men.
They are not equal to men either.
A woman is a human being.
A man is a beast.
We should not have a woman who is more than a man.
“In India, Hindu women wear headscarves and face coverings while men wear traditional clothes.
Hindu men are often portrayed as misogynists, and in recent years the government has taken a number of steps to crack down on anti-Hindu violence.
In February, the Supreme Court banned the practice of male circumcision in India, saying it is a violation of the Hindu religion.
On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a national day of mourning for women killed in sexual assault.
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Indian Muslims have been accused of widespread harassment and abuse of women and children in a string of incidents, including gang rapes and dowry killings.
It is estimated that 1.3 million Hindu men are currently unemployed.
Indigenous people are disproportionately affected by poverty and lack of education.
Despite their success and prosperity, India’s majority Hindus face discrimination and violence.