India's Women: Domestic Violence and Condom Acceptability in India
Dr. Rachna Walia Talwar's thesis : India's Women: Domestic Violence and Condom Acceptability in India: shares the perspective of women in India who have spoken about their views on personal and private subjects like Domestic Marital Violence and Sexual and reproductive health.
Her research is an attempt to give a voice to this silent demographic, shy and reluctant to share their ideas, yet who should be most equipped to deal with the problems and vulnerabilities they face through awareness, knowledge, self-empowerment and community support. It aims to explain why women suffer from Domestic and Sexual violence and what are their attitudes towards issues like condom acceptance and sexual health.
Dr. Walia Talwar holds a PhD from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.
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Dec 07, 18 06:07 PM
I never told because the first time he put his hands around my neck, I was in shock and afraid. Sure he had gotten in my face and screamed at me, but he
Dec 05, 18 09:13 PM
It's been 15 years. We were teenagers. The first time was three months into our relationship. I was only 17 years old and did not know how to react to
Dec 05, 18 08:43 PM
I'm 39yrs old. My abuse started when I was about five years old by my mom and dad. They would get into terrible arguments, and I would run and hide. I