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24 minutes ago, Niara said:

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2021/nov/20/domestic-and-sexual-abuse-of-silenced-sikh-women-revealed

First ever report shows 70% of respondents have suffered at the hands of a partner or members of their extended family.

These kinds of reports are good to get funds from councils and the government for an organisation and get on the NGO gravy train. 

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1 hour ago, dallysingh101 said:

Look, we have to face up to abuse within the community ourselves, or this is exactly how it will be exploited by outsiders. 

Most of us (with brains) can probably figure out that this report has been specifically timed to undermine Sikhs highlighting targeted grooming by certain communities against ours. What they are trying to say to us is: Stop talking about the sullay grooming gangs and concentrate on yourselves. 

Yet again we have that narrative of oppressive, misogynistic brown man, oppressing females of his own community. 

Again though, I reiterate: We have to face up to and deal with sexual and domestic abuse within the community. At uni I was told by an expert (a long while ago) that it is more common than we think in all communities. I think Mohan Singh of SAS has started pioneering work in dealing and facing up to this as a community.   From a personal perspective, I think we are (or at least were) a 'hands on' community when it comes to child rearing and slaps and beating weren't uncommon. I don't think it is remotely like it used to be these days though. 

 

At least half of the women in my parents' generation have had thaparh from their husband at least once (not condoning it btw!) 

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When no distinction is made between the types of violence women are actually qualified as being more violent. Middle school girls being the most violent demographic. 

Again it is rightfully eclipsed by the severity of physical and sexual abuse. Just saying it's still a problem. 

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And if a woman treated your son like a lot of women do their men? You'd want to slap her silly. 

And that's even more true conversely when it comes to daughters. 

Moral of the story? We need to really dig deep, heal, and treat each other with far more respect in the family unit. 

And work together towards the right things. 

For the children. And the future. 

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8 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

If everyone treated the family unit in the way it should be, the daughter-in-law should respect the mother-in-law like a mom, and the mother-in-law should treat the daughter-in-law like a daughter. A wife should treat her husband like Parmeshwar, and a husband should have actual Gurmukh qualities. 
 

Basically, if we aren’t following the system, we deserve to be screwed. 

Amen bro. We need to get and or stay with the program. 

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16 minutes ago, S1ngh said:

Its total bullock survey or fake study for sure. This fake survey is stating that 7 out of 10 UK Sikh bibian are getting domestic/sexualy abused. Sikh organization should sue this organization and find out what data and where they got this flawed data from. Total Fake !! Even third world anti-equality country Afghanistan won't have this type of bad result of such survey.

You think we have a chance to at least make them apologise for publishing this misleading article ?

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