TEHELKA reporters spoke to dozens of men across strata and age and region and class, asking them how comfortable they felt with ideas of freedom for women, whether they held women and modernity responsible for rape and other forms of sexual crime; whether they believed rape was more prevalent in cities than villages; and how far they felt popular culture was responsible for a perceived sense of moral decline in society.
Dozens of conversations provide a fascinating window into the psyche of the Indian male. Some of it dark. Some of it hopeful. By Shoma Chaudhury Read More>