Want to know the perfect way to ensure women's safety at night? Watch this video

It's got more to do with locking men indoors than curbing women's freedom.

Sonakshi Kohli Sonakshi Kohli Jul 15, 2017
How about turning tables on men to ensure safety of women at night? Photo Courtesy: Facebook/Radio Mirchi

 

What happens when you step out of your house at night? Or when you go for night-outs with friends? Or when you're simply coming back from work late at night? You're handed a set of "strict instructions" by your so-called "well-wishers" just because you are a woman.

From asking you to wear fully-covered clothes, to suggesting you to learn martial arts for self-defense, from keeping a tab on your whereabouts by continuously calling you to simply denying permission for your night-time outings--we are pretty sure, you have faced it all.

But haven't you had enough of people really trying to dictate you in the name of women's safety? Don't you just wish for a concrete solution to put an end to crimes against women like rape, sexual harassment, and molestation? Something that lets you live in peace and doesn't curb your freedom, perhaps?

Well, it seems like finally there is a genius way out, that can ensure that women are safe--even at night.

And it has got to do with turning tables on men. Watch this video by Radio Mirchi to find out:

Not only does this video leave you in splits at the reactions of almost-bewildered men roaming the streets at night, but it also shows that the root cause of the crimes against women is that we focus too much on dictating women and blaming them. Instead, if just raise the men right or simply lock them indoors, women stepping out at night won't be that much of a problem.

Also read: I like going on overnight journeys alone. But, I have to arm myself like I'm going to war.

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