Do men get a fair deal when they are on the ‘victim’ side in a marriage?

Do men get a fair deal when they are on the 'victim' side in a marriage? Do they get the same empathy and justice?
 

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Nitin Kumar
June 7, 2017

9 Comments

  1. "men enjoyed the thought of the abla naari until now. Women are finally using and also misusing it ito their benefit!!"*p**p* *p**p*Interesting take*p*

  2. As you sow, so shall you reap. In this case, men of today's time are reaping what men from the past have sowed. the feminist, the revengful, the rebel, the equality queen,the supressed, the life challenger, the fair and the unfair,all these versions of women that have emerged in today's society are ironically a consequence of how men treated women in the past. So agreed with you..Many men who are on the victim side may just not get a fair deal. 'the abla naari' is not a term concieved by woman after all. men enjoyed the thought of the abla naari until now. Women are finally using and also misusing it ito their benefit!!*p*

  3. Legally, perhaps not. Especially when we see that domestic violence applies to women only. Socially as well, they will be ridiculed for not being man enough. Patriarchy doesn't just affect women. But anyone who doesn't fit into the macho, misogynist, stereotype. Then there have been cases of men being imprisoned ?because the wife has falsely charged them under section 498A. It's important to talk of equality even for such men and stand by then. Abuse knows no gender. *p*

  4. I don't think so! Men are always asked to 'Man up'….at times we as a society are harsh to them! *p*

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