Magnetonium wrote:Well then in that case I find it appalling how you think that rapes and abuse of women are not that big of issues in India.
Strawman. Never said that, in fact I explicitly said that both are big problems but not interconnected.
This thread turned into something unexpected for me, I never thought that there would be such a backlash against something so insignificant.
That is the whole point of OP.
Yeah, those 400-ish women going out behind villages to pee/poo and then getting raped - ABSOLUTELY nothing to do with lack of sanitation, absolutely guys. If they had a toilet in their own house, by causality they would have got raped in their own house anyway! I guess that makes sense! Clearly and obviously!
Have you even read the various posts? If you are so sure, please tell me why even when number of toilets has increased by quite an amount, number of rapes has only increased in Bihar? or the fact that Bihar is worst state in India in terms of availability of toilets but one of the safest in terms of crimes like rape?
Also please provide evidence that women in Bihar only go outside to answer nature's call.
Finally do you blame lack of Sun for half a day reason for rapes too?
Ridiculous causation is ridiculous.