In terms of state averages, Kerala emerged on top.
Excerpted with permission from 'What Millennials Want: Decoding the World’s Largest Generation' by Vivan Marwaha.
At Agra station, the TTE who bore witness to the incident and the Railway Protection Force (RPF) officer to whom I complained remained silent.
Women everywhere would rather request a pick-up, instead of taking a rickshaw from the streets. But is it really the safer option?
The image of the ‘bad girl’ is one that receives little respect, even though carelessness, needless risk and degeneracy are all acceptable hallmarks of youthful masculinity.
For most Indian women, 'women's safety' means a lot more than 'freedom from sexual assault and harassment'.
Administrators, who are usually so concerned about curfews and "women's safety," do everything in their power to silence women who complain about sexual harassment on campus.
Online harassment goes way beyond trolling on Twitter, so what can women do about it?
It is foolish to look for external triggers for crimes against women, when the problem in fact lies within our cultural upbringing.
As Hannah Gadsby says, "when you destroy a woman, you destroy her story."