A year old woman was remanded on Wednesday after she was booked under the POCSO Act for allegedly harassing a minor girl on social media in She was picked from her house at Tiruchengode in Namakkal district on Tuesday. She was remanded and sent to Puzhal prison, added the prosecutor. Vishwadarshini is alleged to have harassed the girl on social media using vulgar words, resulting in the year-old first approaching the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, on November 14, Meanwhile, the High Court rejected her anticipatory bail plea.
Do Women Have To Be Vulgar To Be Considered Equal To Men?
Women involved in vulgar public sex romp will NOT be charged | Daily Mail Online
I like to live and joke in a way that makes me happy. There's something to be said about a woman who doesn't censor herself, a woman who keeps it real and crosses that proverbial line. Because, unlike men, we're not praised for our witty remarks and line-crossing antics -- we're scorned for them. Our mothers tell us we'll never get husbands. Our boyfriends tell us we'll never meet their parents, and our friends tell us to constantly tone it down. People can take it or leave it, but you're not changing. She's used to it though, and if anything, it just motivates her to step it up a notch and find a man who will blow her, and her mother, out of the vulgar waters.
Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act
Weather Pollution News Maharashtra Elections. This story is from July 27, Based on the complaint lodged by the student, who is in her final year of diploma in engineering, the Jawahar Nagar police have registered a case against the suspect under sections of IPC including A for sexual harassment and D for stalking. In addition to this the suspect has also been slapped with sections of Information and Technology Act, including sections 66 A for sending offensive messages through communication service and section 67 A for transmitting of material containing sexually explicit act.
The Bombay high court restrained the police from arresting AIB members on grounds that their comedy was vulgar but not obscene. What's the difference? Sadat Hasan Manto , the legendary Urdu writer, was a plain, blunt man.