“Deeper study into the deviant behavior, to meet sexual desires is required. The reasons for violent behavior of persons, particularly women, may be beyond the sexual desires and non-performance of partner in the bed. The opinion was made in response to the news feature published in The Live Nagpur on Friday.
Dr Vijay Shingnapure, retired Professor from Tirpude College of Social Work said that besides, unfulfilled sexual desire, the woman in the story carrying a knife in the pocket speaks volumes about her intensions. The criminal behavior developing due to other reasons cannot be overruled. Maintaining relations with other person also result in disputes between the partners and woman can turn violent.
Medha Sardesai from Pune supported the need for appointment of social workers in schools. The teachers and parents also have major role in inculcating Social and moral values. She also supported the view that balance between work and family life should be considered seriously. In the rat race for building career the family life is disturbed. This aggravates into violent behavior. Gross Domestic Happiness – GDH should also be measured with GDP.
Shyam Pathak, retired General Manager from Excel Industries appreciated the initiative by The Live Nagpur in discussing this vital issue. The changing life style has affected the family life. He suggested deeper discussion on this and other related issues.
Dr Sunil Sakure, Principal, Mamidwar College of Social Work also supported the views expressed by psychologists and social workers in the story. He also advised further discussion on growing addiction of narcotics and also to viewing pornographic films. The tricks used in making these films cannot be applied in practice. However, they increase expectations of partners in performance in the bed.
This also leads to frustration, aggravation and violence. Those who reacted appreciated the initiative in raising the issue of social inmportance.