IdealisticRebel:

This is horrific and brutal. It has nothing to do with sex, but power and control.

Originally posted on Africa is a Country:

A year ago, there was some minor hullabaloo created when African students in India were not permitted in some bars. But yeah, it remained a minor tempest. Most likely, prevalent attitudes towards Africans (and dark-skinned people in general) in South Asia didn’t change. A few days ago, I heard about the sexual assault of a Rwandan student in Delhi via Twitter, and asked Prasanto Kumar Roy, a Delhi-based writer to provide us with insight.

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2 thoughts on “

  1. and, in this case, also seems to do with attacking someone and having few if any repercussions. sad, sad, times.

  2. Bupe Rose says:

    I’ve been reading so many articles on gender-based violence in India of late. I feel numb and paralyzed. Where do we even begin to fix this, especially given that violation of basic human rights against women and children extends beyond India…

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