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College Restricts Girls from wearing Sleeveless Outfits

The director of IMS (Institute for Management Studies) has been in news for banning the girls from wearing sleeveless and short dresses in the college premises. The students have myriad opinions about the same. Some are fine with it but some are fumed up regarding it. The sole thing for the point of discussion is that there are no grounds set for how the guys dress up. Most of the girls are enraged by this partiality. Are they right?

If there is a dress code that should be maintained, I believe it should be empowered for both the genders. Setting up a standard dress for the college can work as well. 

But, is that going to change anything? Is this how we are going to provide safety to the girls? (even if it can provide at all). What about when they leave college? What about when she goes to work? What about when she wants to go shopping? What about when she has to deal with people in public places? 

A college student Richa says, "The reason for the director's anti-sleeveless dress drive is that it can distract students. What concentration and distraction can a student achieve with a single inch of cloth on one's shoulder?"

Another student Sameeksha, points out, "Banning shorts or skirts in college is something I can understand, but what is the problem with a sleeveless kurta. A lot of faculty members wear sleeveless blouses and kurtas, nobody stops them."

While many girls do wear outrageously inappropriate and revealing outfits in public, many carry out decent modern outfits. Are such girls doing anything wrong by modernizing themselves along with the time. How is a decision like that going to help in any way? Will it stop guys from staring at them? Is it a crime for a girl to be a girl now

The agenda is not limited to a particular college. We are talking about the nation as whole. Everyday there is some new case and even multiple cases that comes out in media. There are countless that don't even turn up. Will the next step be to ask the girls to stay at home? But guess what? Even that is not going to save her. Just yesterday, a 17 year old girl living in Naihati was molested in her own house. She committed suicide. What do the people promoting such bans and restrictions have to say regarding that? And this is not just one case. There are plenty more.

Why is no one taking a step forward to teach the guys regarding it in the early teenage days only. Why does he has to learn everything from an inappropriate manner? There is no sex education in schools even today (majority of schools). No means to teach the teenage boys about respecting the female gender are made. Even today, girls are considered to be an inferior gender and manipulated as a thing to play. Why no one is seeing that aspect?

The roots go deeper than what appears. This is a thing in which all of us will have to be together without fighting and with mutual understanding. Every guy has a girl in his life - Mother, Sister, Daughter and Wife. Why not think of them likewise?


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