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Importance of Social Media in shaping public opinion
(4 votes)
Atin Shrestha

Increasing Women Violence and Our Mindset: Gender Discrimination and Gender Equality

Why are a majority of women in our country backward? Is it because there is a male-dominated society in Nepal? Yes, to some extent. But so is the world overall. And whilst world is suffering from the problem, have we thought deeply about the issue and its causes and solutions? The current time is transition phase all over the world when there comes the question of gender equality. It definitely takes quite a time to eradicate the gender discrimination completely but to let time carry all the duties on its shoulder is a big no-no. Change must come first in us and in our way of thinking. Change must start from the home. This problem might seem lesser in frequency or priority in developed nations but in the developing countries like ours, it is the most serious social problem, from ages back to the moment now. So, are we really behaving like a human or just showing off our humane words on social networking sites?

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(131 votes)
Anjali Singh

Break the Silence!

Violence is an everyday reality act now always and forever.

Our society is a male dominating society. From the past till the present, females are always being backward, underestimated and those who tried to raise their voice they were suppressed by the society.

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(159 votes)
 Dipendra Adhikari

Is acid attack a gender issue or a criminal issue?

Acid attack, burning women, child rape are solely issues that originate from criminal psychology - as other inhuman cold blooded crimes like homicides, kidnapping, murder, manslaughter etc. originate from. Such crimes do not have direct relation to gender issue triggered by male honor, rejection, dowry, and many more… that are often stated and used by our countries media to fill their pages.
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(46 votes)
Vivek Sharma Dhakal

End it now!

Say no to violence against women. Well, we have been saying this since long. However, there has been no substantial improvement about this pressing issue. So, do not just say it, but also show it with your actions. As a responsible citizen, to ameliorate unacceptable torture towards women in various forms, we are accountable, and our each little deeds counts.

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Dipendra Adhikari

Is acid attack a gender issue or a criminal issue?

Acid attack, burning women, child rape are solely issues that originate from criminal psychology - as other inhuman cold blooded crimes like homicides, kidnapping, murder, manslaughter etc.  originate from.  Such crimes do not have direct relation to gender issue triggered by male honor, rejection, dowry, and many more… that are often stated and used by our countries media to fill their pages.

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(3 votes)
Rashmi Sarawagi

STOP GENDER VIOLENCE

Feels pity on hearing that 3 girls were attacked at basantapur (by the side of which police sation at hanumandhoka is located) with acid and the accused have not yet been caught. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

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(128 votes)
Chakrit Subedi

Let's Stop Violence Against Women

History clearly speaks that our species is the most brutal species in the whole history of living creatures. Tiger attacks, eats and thing ends there. He never tries to harm his own species. He simply walks away when he fulfills his hunger. But we humans have different sorts of hunger. That’s the reason we attack our own species, leave scars, then we again attack over time and again and we never confess that we have attacked and we try to find every possible way to cover our heinous act. We have found a ways of attacking. Different ways of attacking.

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(13 votes)
Shahzad Alam

Treat the Water, not just the Fish

Oppression of women is one of the many symptoms of our diseased society. It is important to remember that oppression is not just restricted to women but extends to many other “weaker” sections of society. People with limited financial resources, people of certain castes or race, people with little or no formal education and also children are some sections that are prone to become victims of oppression. If you are a girl born to a poor family belonging to a caste labeled untouchable then you are at the lowest point in the web of oppression.

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(8 votes)
Reibi Bajracharya

Pulling women backward - sexual violence

Women can do as much as men. There is no difference between women and men. Yes!! these are the words that I hear now-a-days often. But really they are? A big question mark.

I want to believe and believe but wait there are some aspects in the society which pinch that there are still differences between men and women.

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(5 votes)
Bikram Thapa

Women empowerment

My mother has managed half her life getting introduced as my father’s wife then someone’s daughter in law, further it does not end there its continuing to grandmother, aunt blabla.I also have sister whom I respect and love dearly, she got her education, was able to introduce herself with what she does, and I used to see ease in her social life. Then one day she got married and then life took u turn in her relationship, she became someone’s wife, someone’s daughter- in- law above all she was condemned to change her living address. After marriage she was to live on other side of relation with new identity. I don’t know much about women empowerment but my mother and my sister are the one to suffer all their life.

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(10 votes)
Rashmi Lamsal

Stop Complaining!

Everything in life depends on our perceptions. The way we look at situation makes us different than others. It was the time when I was in 2nd year, doing my BBA. After walking for an hour, I had to travel for 2 hours in microbus everyday for my college. In the way, my mind was always preoccupied with thoughts.

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Ganesh Uprety

Examining Feminist approaches

This dissertation develops on a transnational feminist approach to discourse analysis to examine different feminist approaches, gender issues and their integration into development paradigms in the context of Nepal. The dissertation uses Foucault's insights to analyze dynamics of power, knowledge and the production and integration of women in the development discourse. It analyzes the dynamic interactions between different development actors and the ways it has impacted women in Nepal.

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