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The Male Factor is a blog about everything that bothers a man. Some of my readers commented malefactor means a scoundrel, criminal and bears a negative connotation and that is how men are treated today. So the URL makes it apt to describe the condition of Indian men and how they are perceived by the society today. One mere allegation and they are treated like criminals and I am no exception.

Even though this blog is to support Men’s rights but it does not support violence against women. To know the issues men face you need to explore this blog and find them out yourself.

The author is a human rights activist. He believes and wants to tell the world that Human Rights is not only woman rights.

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  1. dear Author ,this is very right to an extent .. none can deny some women are misusing laws and rights with the help of law makers and sufferers many !! Media behaves sympathetic to women as that sells ..
    Having said that .. I would still insist the percentage is still very less compared to what women in general are going through.. still .. a problem is a problem.. and I understand its a bold step , blogging against feminism…because those who are literate are blogging !
    The weaker is rising its a viscous cycle .. caste wise .. religion wise .. sex wise .. and when the weak gets power he/she may not be just .. because he /she strong now .. 🙂 its cycle !!
    The only medication is spiritual healing understanding that these are powers that we get in computer games … they dont exist in reality and had these powers been so real one would have discovered immortality !!
    Mortals waste time being destructive .. being revengeful .. being .. greedy !! Fighting inner self is mandatory to see a change in outer world .. 🙂

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  3. Hi,
    My marriage date was 25/2/2011 at it was a simple marriage where around 20 persons from my side (Including driver, movie man, pandit) and around 50 members from girl side. In my marriage my parents in law hide the mental condition of my wife & which was highlight within few days of marriage from her behavior & her conversation & written diary of showing her relations with many persons in past. I and my parents talked with her parents about this and they reply that some times she feel tense and they talked with girl but after few days all things start going again. When I can’t understand her talking with me I record the conversation of my wife and me on mobile which in which she talk about her relations with different people and she wasn’t want to marry and her parents forcely marry her. She again and again insisted to left at her parents house and according to her wishes I left her at her parents house on 24/4/2011 (around 2 months after marriage) on that time her parents threaten me and my relatives that one of there relative is seesion judge and we will take you in false cases and spoil your life. Then I complaint about all this to SSP Sangrur on next day 25/4/2011. From where whole matter transfer to women cell sangrur and they called me and my wife around 4 to 5 time at women cell. I went there every time but she never came on calling them. Then I bring the whole matter in the notice of DIG Patiala and he refer the whole matter for investigation to SSP Sangrur. SSP sangrur send whole matter to DSP malerkotla and then SHO where they call both of us 4-5 times. I go there every time but she came only one time with a bundle of false allegation. When I didn’t got any solutions from this I file a case for divorce at ludiana. Here around more than 15 months are gone. When I go to court for divorce the court penalize me Rs.3000/- pm from my salary for maintaine her from my total salary of Rs.7000/- in keeping view my rented house & responsibility of my parents live with me. In my marriage total members from my side is 20 and from there side is around 50 but they reply in court that barat of 150 person and from there side only 50. I have movie and albumb of marriage in which total persons from both sides are around 70-75. I have enough evidence & they submitted in court like hand written dairy copy, audio conversion of us on cd & typed script of that which I submitted in court. I have also reports of SHO, DSP, Women cell and SSP and compies of summons send to her by women cell time to time and her family members received those summons but girl never come to women cell (I got all these document by RTI) but all these thing are watching by court at the time of evidence & I have not got justice till that because all these things a time of around 2 years & 4 months spoil & how long is it, GOD know.

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    • Don’t make your case details public. If you need any help letme know

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  4. everything is good and related to realistic of current position of the husbands in india but i have one question that can you help the innocent husbands in the legal matter that which are going on in the court currelyly.
    harish

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    • You can call on national helpline – 08882 498 498 for any help.

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  6. Woman Files False Rape Claim Because She ‘Didn’t Enjoy It..

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  7. Partha, great blog.

    Please also do a story on how festivals, like Rakhi, Holi, Diwali, Karwa Chauth are socially sanctioned events for transfer of wealth from males to females, under the mask of ‘shagun’. This creates a level of sexist expectation from men and a social pressure for them to conform to.

    Also, consider how the Devi-worship of goddesses in festivals and temples, like Durga, Kali, Saraswati etc. fixates the Hindu male mind to be subservient to the females around him. The feminazis and rad-fems never seem to object to the above, because these are the underpinning of a matriarchal and womb-renting economy.

    These are the mechanisms and frameworks by which the Indian male is kept as an unquestioning serf, oblivious to his inferior status in the eyes of his family. And yet, he has to selflessly save this family? Even at the cost of his own self? Why???

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  8. Hi,

    Found your blog pretty interesting.
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  9. Nice theme, but I didn’t know what misandry was.

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    • Thanks misandry means hatred against men. It is opposite of misogyny. If you wonder how it is being discussed in India’s context, well explore this blog and find out. I hope you find this interesting.

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  10. Very interesting blog. Being a woman, I can state that, yes laws are misused. but then that is applicable both ways.
    laws are there to protect and help us. It is human tendency to exploit resorces and laws are one of them.
    While keeping the male right in perspective, do understand that woman folks have been undergoing centuries of subjugation and atrocities.
    While I support Woman Empowerment, keeping in mind that every coin has two sides.

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    • To understand India’s perspective, I request you to go through some of my articles and comment there.

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      • I am an Indian, and I have an idea what is happening. What I wrote was my perspective. 🙂

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        • That’s ok..but Indian men can’t even use any law, forget about misuse. Tell me one law that favours men..or Indian men can use.

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