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True Story of A Survivor
Topic Started: February 17 2018, 12:15 AM (14 Views)
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Domestic violence is not unique to India. The number of cases reported worldwide is a proof of its deep roots. What sets India apart is the “culture of silence”, what happens behind closed doors is no one’s business.
Violence, whether physical or mental, is a reality in many relationships. We hide them because no one wants to feel judged and victimised. We conducted an informal research, in the form of conversations with women to know their opinion on domestic violence. They started with slight discomfort and ended into details about a close family member who suffered this gruesome reality; a few even agreed to have faced it themselves.

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