Shashikant Nishant Sharma

(03 September,1988 / Sonepur, Saran, Bihar, India)

Dress Is Not A Provocation - 2


Stop giving prescription
Defining the dress code
Dress is not a provocation
Rape happen in open and in abode
Tribal women are raped
Metropolitan girls are raped
Well clad women is raped
Semi-naked metro girls are raped
Rape knows no boundaries
Rape has been occurring for centuries
Extreme form of violence
Uncivilized mode of expressing dominance
Men will be men, how long brother
Superiority of one over other
Human is the master of their own fate
Change yourself or it will be late
Make the relationship based on love and affection
Avoid undue rivalry and confrontation

Submitted: Monday, March 04, 2013
Edited: Monday, March 04, 2013

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