‘‘Boasting Law and Befuddled Justice” – Woman – A Lion in the Whelp

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Journal Title: Asia Pacific Law & Policy Review
Author(s): Dr. Madhuri Irene
Published On: 18/04/2022
Volume: 8
First Page: 8
Last Page: 23
ISSN: 2581-4095
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher

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Dr. Madhuri Irene, ‘‘Boasting Law and Befuddled Justice” – Woman – A Lion in the Whelp, Volume 8, Asia Pacific Law & Policy Review, 8-23, Published on 18/04/2022, Available at https://aplpr.thelawbrigade.com/article/boasting-law-and-befuddled-justice-woman-a-lion-in-the-whelp/


Human culture deserves attestation only when ‘homo sapiens’ are freed from his animal ancestry; and is accredited when the full humanity of women becomes the culture of masculine world. Cultural relativism disapproves of universal rights of women (including the girls) across the globe. Religious moralists numb the feministic power with the opium of eulogy and philosophical gentry embalm the bruises of woman with soothing sermons. Gone are days of tricks and tantrums. Women today are running fast on land, flying high in the sky and moving to Mars and Venus and diving deep into the oceans of societal hysteria for rekindling obsolete, odd and weird piety of morality which are also measured by gender.

Right to be born is sermonized with religious rhetoric at the cost right to choose of victimized woman; despicable discrimination from cradle to the grave; denial of access to equality in education, nutrition and health; rubbing social need ruse for child marriages; exposure to sexual exploitation and demeaning by prostitution etc., have become the exclusive battle-field to bleed for justice with the association of impotent laws.

When culture becomes vultures for vivacious woman, the need of the hour is to break the megalomania of patriarchal philosophy – to begin with snatching exactly half of the legislative power, executive empire and judicial jade; not through elusive reservation but by a claim of reparation. This article intends to highlight on the slow rectificatory tactics of governance in the application of ‘equality before law’ in all spheres of feminine life.

Keywords: CEDAW , Right to Birth, Judiciary, Women Equality, Gender injustice

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