Excerpts from an overheard metro talk: Person 1: Yesterday, a girl was raped while coming back home at 11pm. Person 2: Really? At night? 11pm? Person 1: Yes. Person 2: What else do you expect? She was out too late and might be wearing proactive clothes? Let us face the reality, majority of people (both men and women) in India have a similar mentality. Recently, Government of India banned the documentary “India’s Daughter” made by Leslee Udwin BBC. Question is why? The documentary actually reflected the true Indian MORAL VALUES, as there were defense lawyers giving out the cons related to pre-marital relationships and why it is wrong for a girl to go out with a male friend for a movie at night. Then, there was the wife of one of the accused expressing her anger towards the police, courts and everyone related with the case. “I’m an Indian woman and I’m sure about the fact that my husband has done nothing wrong, people have actually manipulated his mind, made up a story and trust me it is not for real. He has been sentenced to death. What am I going to do with my life when he is gone? Being an Indian woman (bhartiye nari) I’m obliged to do what he asks me to and he’s there to protect me, but what am I going to do when he is gone?” Yes, you heard me right. These are the things Indian government is trying to hide away from its citizens by banning the documentary that is being aired by BBC worldwide. There’s anger, disappointment, feeling of helplessness; as India is nothing but a culture of misogyny that allowed DECEMBER 16, 2012 to happen. However, in reality it is just the tip of the iceberg.