The debate on Marital Rape has no easy answers: Here is why the Delhi High Court gave a split verdict
Justice Shakdher stated that the legal exception provided to husbands in case of non-consensual sexual intercourse is 'steeped in misogyny' and effectively conveys that only the forced sex that happens outside of marriage is rape while forced sex inside a marriage is 'allowed'.
Marital rape debate: Case right now, arguments for criminalisation, and 5 arguments that need to be considered before legislating
A High Court bench is hearing a batch of petitions that argues against the 'marital rape' exception in the Indian Penal Code.
‘Sex with wife even by force or against her wishes not rape’, Chhattisgarh High Court acquits man on charges of marital rape
Chhattisgarh High Court upholds a man's acquittal on charges of marital rape, saying forced sex with legally wedded wife is nor rape
Offensive line from Kartik Aaryan’s monologue in film Pati Patni Aur Woh normalising marital rape to be removed after facing severe backlash
Film Pati Patni Aur Woh created a flutter on social media after Kartik Aaryan's monologue normalised marital rape
Kartik Aryan starrer film Pati Patni Aur Woh which appears to normalise marital rape is an assault on our sensibilities
Unfortunately, bad jokes on 'wife' and 'marriage' are not the only thing that feels like assault on your sensibilities.
No, feeble or otherwise, is an absolute no. Consent is non-negotiable.
The issue of marital rape, and why India is not ready to make it a criminal offense.