Dating nepalese women

Across the diversity, the majority of communities in Nepal are patriarchal.

A women’s life is strongly influenced by her father, husband and son.

A woman’s power to accept or reject marriage partner is evidently an index of the degree of freedom she exercises in the management of her own life, and thus also of her status.

The status of women is determined by the patriarchal social system, values, and women’s right preserved and protected by the state, and state policy for the development of women.

Virtually every culture in the world contains forms of violence against women that are often invisible because they are seen as normal or acceptable.

The underlying cause of violence against women lies in gender discrimination – the denial of women’s equality with men in all areas of life. Women in South Asia South Asian countries are primarily linked with the status of women in family, society and the state structures.

Violence against women persists because of society canopy.

Women are also suffering from domestic violence, wrong tradition and cultural malpractices.

Some awful examples of violence are: sex selective abortion, wife battering, child marriage, polygamy, rape, sexual violence, trafficking of women & forced prostitution, sexual harassment, dowry, Tilak system, suicide, killings, and domestic violence, still prevailed. Women in South Asian countries are witnessing changes through development initiatives.

Women are considered as poor people in developing countries, live under the same conditions as men, but suffer additional social and policy biases.

Though this problem affects almost all sections of the people, women are recognized to be among the most disadvantaged groups.

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