Love or arranged, marriage is a sacred bond. It is not meant to provide a license to abuse your partner.
We cry about domestic harassment of women after marriage, but in many cases, the culprit herself is a woman
[VIDEO] This Shocking Social Experiment Shows How We Conveniently Ignore Domestic Violence Against Men!
40% of domestic violence is against men in the UK. Violence is violence, no matter who it's aimed at.
SHOCKING: This Indian Born American Entrepreneur Escaped Jail After Hitting His Girlfriend 117 Times!
Can money now buy you forgiveness too?
Women are promiscuous if they date because there is apparently something immoral in acknowledging that you are human with sexual desire, just like men
Any movie scene where the wife is yelling at her husband, while he portrays a helpless expression, is instinctively expected to make the viewers laugh.
“Is A Failed Student The Result Of A Failed Teacher?”: In Words Of A Student Whose Sufferings Were Neglected
What about those students who are unable to express themselves, or are experiencing some kind of trauma at home?
Ever wondered, how the hands that plant and pluck your tea, survive? Those skilled hands die everyday. Read further to know how and why.
It was shockingly found out that, of 100,000 men who took the survey 98% faced severe domestic violence at the hands of their wives and in-laws in the form of verbal, physical, emotional, mental and financial abuse.
“I Wish I Had Broken Off The Engagement When He First Hit Me” – 9 Points To Understand About Domestic Violence
I have been a victim of domestic violence for 3 years when one day I decided that my life was more precious than my husband's false commitments of improving after every episode of violence.
The article traces the inception and significant contribution of 'Saheli', one of the pioneer women's organisation and a important participant of the Indian women's movement.
Anu, courageously, opens up about how she was treated as a daughter-in-law and the venom she continues to face. Read her story and contribute your views.
In part 3 of series on understanding domestic violence, we take a look at the laws that protect victims of domestic violence and more.
While the possibility of domestic violence stays high in rural areas, it is no less in urban areas in highly educated families. Know more.
It was a myth that domestic violence was prevalent in rural areas or towns but now it is rampant in urban areas and in metropolitan cities also.
The article traces an initiative of a Christian Church in Seattle for homeless. The shelters have especially been a savior for abused women.