It seems as though only a certain type of Indian woman is approved of these days. It became hip to be traditional. As yet, the movement has failed to develop an Indian definition of women's freedom, or create meaningful debates on sexuality, family or professional choices. And most Indian men are quite happy to let her flounder. It became the norm to wear tight jeans, but not to question the wisdom of the arranged marriage, as this was a mark of "Indian culture" - a culture now perceived to be in danger from the advancing tentacles of the west. Yet, in the first decade of the 21st century, Indian women - seemingly protected by law, celebrated by the media and nursed by activists - remain second-class citizens, most obviously in rural areas, but in some senses everywhere.
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