She was a student. She was 23. Her fault: she boarded the wrong bus. And oh yeah, SHE WAS A GIRL!!! Six men raped her one by one. And left her to die on the road. Naked. Wounded. Exposed. Devastated. What’s more no one even turned to look at her. No one even bothered to throw a shawl on the ill-clad, ill-fated girl. She can never lead a normal married life again. She has gone into coma five times since 16th December. She is unconscious, critical and hasn’t been able to stop crying. But don’t worry, she wasn’t your sister. She wasn’t your daughter. But she could be. The brutality has to stop right here guys. These people deserve a capital punishment for their heinous, pervert act. I VOTE FOR A CAPITAL PUNISHMENT!!! Please show her that you care. Please show her that you all are there for here. Maybe that’s all she will ever have to live by. I didn’t know her. But she is related to me by the universal bond of humanity. From a girl who doesn’t want to face the same fate MY HUMBLE REQUEST PEOPLE PLEASE COPY AND PASTE IT AS YOUR STATUS AND TELL ANYONE AND EVERYONE YOU KNOW. USE PHONE, BBM, WHATSAPP, FACEBOOK, TEXT MESSAGES. INFORM AS MANY PEOPLE YOU KNOW. DO THIS FOR HER. DO THIS FOR YOURSELF. SHE NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT, NOT SYMPATHY.

User - posted on 12/26/2012 ( 2 moms have responded )




Social concern......parents are worried .....what is happening to our society


Liz - posted on 12/27/2012




True story. India. Extremely recently. Girl was with a male friend and I think they beat him too. They raped her with an iron bar after they'd finished taking turns. She was critically ill in hospital and the medics thought she was going to die for ages, but after removal of her intestine, it seems that she might now pull through but is still seriously unwell and traumatised.

A lot of the Indian protests concerning treatment of women currently include the line 'Teach your sons not to rape', so Little Miss's response is quite apropos.

If I recall aright, the government response has been to tell women not to go out at night and to carry chilli powder (presumably as a primitive form of Mace?), so that really underlines the scale of the problem that Indian women are facing.

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~♥Little Miss - posted on 12/27/2012




Is this a true story? What country? When? I am not so sure the death penalty would even help in rape cases. So many women cannot step forward and point a finger at their assailant. This message should be more about teaching your kids how to treat women, and how to help strangers in need.

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