‘World Hates Women': This Video Is A Chilling Account Of What Women Face All Over The World

A couple of days back, Video Daddy came up with this powerful video highlighting the plight that women face across the globe. The video instantly went viral on social media, with many news and media organisations sharing it through their channels. It has close to 3 Lakh views on YouTube right now, and is already trending on YouTube. Watch it for yourself here and tell us what you feel about it.

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  1. Syed Zaidi

    In India, one of the main cause of abuse of women is her image projected by the indian cinema. Sex Object. Servant. Personal property. Subservient wife. Prostitute. Dancer. Entertainer.
    The Youth should boycott any and all films that project this image. Demand from the big Bs and the Khans of the industry to reject roles where they are shown using women.

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  2. Tyson

    Rape is an act of dominance.
    Solution to this is gender equality.
    How can we achieve this..?
    1st step stop listening to all the things parents says. Most of our parents are sexist.
    2nd Be independent, don`t let you sister and mother to do your work.
    yes don’t let your sister or mother wash your plate, wash cloths or clean your room.
    3rd Filter everything your sexist friend or friends says.
    4th Have a mindset that all people are equal.

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  3. Babar

    Erin Pizzey

    Pizzey has been the subject of death threats and boycotts because of her research into the claim that most domestic violence is reciprocal, and that women are equally as capable of violence as men. Pizzey has said that the threats were from militant feminists. Pizzey said that militant feminists—with the collusion of Labour’s leading women—hijacked her cause and used it to try to demonise all men, not only in Britain, but internationally

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erin_Pizzey

    Domestic Violence Against Men in U.K.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aumw1CATQds
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGDTDawB4wE

    Domestic Violence Against Men in U.S.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhXfeBFATHw
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSg15iEt48M

    Women finally realize that feminism has failed

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  4. Paramita

    I have seen lots of videos in Youth Ki Awaz,followed lots of articles. But of all those, this one is definitely a very powerful one -because of the way it depicts the problem.
    Being a girl I can say that it’s kind of true in a way. But I’ll also say that there is always an another side of the story. First of all, not everywhere and not by every male person- ‘women are hated’. And yes..Sexual discrimination is faced by the men too. Secondly,I agree that men will never experience this kind of brutality. But I am sure they will never experience the love and respect that a girl/woman gets from the opposite gender. I am fully aware what a woman has to face in a life time. But I think we should understand that if we all continue to show what harm we all cause to each other that will only deteriorate the situation. Of course we cannot turn a blind eye to a problem. But I dont think this kind of representation will solve the problem,in stead will ignite another.

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  5. Babar

    According to the Canadian statistics on gender equality:

    Men commit suicide at 4 times the rate of women, live an average of 7 years less than women,
    account for more than 95% of all workplace fatalities, are murdered at a rate 5 times that of women, women receive physical custody of 92% of all children of separation, and men only 4%, women are acquitted of spousal murder at a rate 9 times that of men, men are sentenced 2.8 times longer than women for spousal murder, etc.

    Did someone say the world hates women?

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    • Gaurav

      men also find themselves at the receiving end of violence by other men. as long as women restrict themselves to the violence that they suffer , the women will end up limiting the scope of the resolution. think about it, every day many dead bodies are found all over india and all over the world.

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  6. Babar

    Why don’t we show the other side of the picture? False cases of rape, dowry, and domestic violence take the lead, which never seem to be a subject of discussion among people. What’s worse is that there is no punishment for women who falsely accuse innocent men of crimes they have not committed. The draconian Indian laws have led to an increase in the suicide rate among men, where a woman simply has to accuse a man of abusing her, physically or sexually, with little evidence, if any, and land him behind bars.

    Also, it is a fact that men are also victims of rape and face domestic violence at the hands of women. A woman’s portrayal as the ‘abla nari’ has not helped, for women’s cruelty can be seen in the violence they perpetrate on their domestic help and daughters-in-law, and of course, their husbands.

    Men were the ones who were victims of slavery and racism, and those being killed in war. Even today, men protect the borders of our country so that we can sleep in peace, and I believe that ‘we’ includes women. When the Titanic was sinking, it was men who said ” women and children first,” knowing they will be dead and could have chosen to leave. Men work in the army, men work as construction workers, men work as coal miners, and throughout history men have worked dangerous jobs to feed and support women, often losing their limbs and their lives. On buses, airports, and other public places, when one seat is available, it is the woman who is seated by her husband/boyfriend/brother. It is men who are asked to be ‘gentlemen’ and leave their seats for women.

    Horrifying incidents taken place with men daily, which no one talks about. Let me take the Nigerian case, for example. On Feb 25, 2014, 59 Nigerian school boys were killed by Boko Haram; some were shot, others had their throats slit, while the remaining were burnt alive, but there was so little international coverage it was almost as though the incident did not take place. Three months later, when Nigerian girls were kidnapped, the Obama administration, media, and feminists suddenly woke up, and there was an uproar and campaigns and what not. Violence against boys is the same as violence against girls, but those 59 innocent boys were not a subject of discussion because they were boys. Now imagine if the same has happened to 59 Nigerian girls – would we have been so silent? This is the same story with countless incidents in India and abroad.

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    • Vatsala

      ok i want to answer you
      we are greatful to the men who are at the borders and are protecting us so that we can live peacefully
      i also respect the gentlemen who offers seat to a women in bus
      and i respect all the gentlemen
      we are not talking against all the men ok!!!
      so what do you want we should forgive the rapist because men are protecting us at the borders
      how can you compare a soldier to a rapist
      Are u in your senses ???????????????????????
      YOU MUST UNDERSTAND THAT YOU ARE INSULTING A SOLDIER BY COMPARING HIM WITH RAPISTS
      and on the other side yes i know many crimes happen with male also and i totally agree that those women should be punished hard
      A MAN OR WOMAN WHOEVER IS AT FAULT SHOULD BE PUNISHED………………
      AND THE RAPISTS SHOULD BE HANGED

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