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As someone who is an Indian-American that has been raised in both India and the United States,Ifind this article EXTREMELY biased.Iagree wholeheartedly that there isaproblem with rape, and particularly with the way women are treated in public, but to generalize and blame the culture,Ithink is going too far. It should be about erasing judgment for women in India and allowing them to feel comfortable in their own skin. In the US, there are kids who choose to remain virgins and are bullied and ostracized for it so its not as if the United States doesn’t have unrealistic expectations about sex either.Icome fromavery conservative family but ultimately, majority of the peopleIknow in my city (and itsabig one) do not share the views that this author attributes to most Indian people. It is quite the opposite. They welcome the freedom of choice provided you know all the risks first. Again, while what some of what as said is true, it is onacase by case basis. Please refrain from judging our culture based on one person’s experiences.
wanted to watch the show after this. love it!
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