There was article by UN Women (@UN_Women) with a heading SOCIAL MEDIA MONITORING ON COVID-19 AND MISOGYNY IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC as during Covid Pandemic time Many men faced domestic Violence in the hands of their wives, as they were jobless and unemployed, even some are denied one meal at a day and we reported it in our articles and Tweets.
Telling truth is Exposing Feminists, because whatever we tweet based on evidence.
These are the 2 Articles we wrote with Evidence
1) https://mynation.net/voice/corona/ – Coronavirus: MyNation says Domestic violence cases on rise since lockdown, 96 complaints so far
2) https://mynation.net/voice/ssrn-3704275/ – CRIMES BY INDIAN WOMEN
These statistics are from Public domain, and main stream media, not Fake statistics which has no backing like Feminists.
still Feminists demand these
As we celebrate the 20th anniversary of UN Security Council resolution 1325, we must also recognize that trends in the digital sphere have also undermined the very goals the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda has sought to realize. This absence of security online hinders women’s participation in the public sphere, governance and leadership roles, especially in the context of conflict prevention and in promoting social cohesion. Should this deficiency in women’s engagement online in the region continue, the status quo is sure to be preserved, maintaining influence in the hands of the very powerful few, and stalling the transformative change that the WPS framework envisages. Thus, women’s digital engagement and use of technologies are at a critical juncture with regards to the achievement of the WPS agenda. The following recommendations are targeted towards governments, development organizations and researchers in South and South-East Asia:
1. Build the capacity of women in South and South-East Asia to identify, report and block hateful content, as well as for men and women on social media literacy and countering disinformation As the region witnesses increased volumes of misogyny and hate speech targeting women online, it is crucial that women users of social media are aware of how to protect themselves. Likewise, misogynist tweets and Facebook posts, especially in South Asia, are often based on news stories that are fake or taken out of context. This suggests that increased levels of social media literacy among both men and women would limit the efficacy of such posts in spreading their hateful agendas.
2. Pass legislation that criminalizes cyber harassment and cyber stalking Although States often have existing laws that prohibit stalking or harassment, these laws are sometimes inadequate to criminalize harms that happen online. Thus, specific laws to address cyber harassment and stalking can close this gap.
3. Monitor and remove misogynist content on social media platforms Social media companies have increasingly sought to regulate what content is publishable on their platforms, banning everything from election misinformation to photos depicting violence. However, no ban against misogyny, particularly violent misogyny has yet been introduced, which affects the safety and free speech of women users.
4. Produce and disseminate gender empowerment-themed content targeted at men The overwhelming majority of COVID-19-related misogynistic content is posted by male users, across platforms and countries. One way to tackle the root of these gender biases and prejudices is by developing localized and engaging counter-narrative content. This could entail enlisting the participation and support of local entertainers and influencers who have large followings and using content styles and formats that men are likely to engage with.
5. Research the scope and impact of online misogyny on closed social networks such as WhatsApp, private Facebook groups, and Telegram Investigating the prevalence of online misogyny on closed platforms and private groups would allow a comprehensive understanding of the full extent of online misogyny in South and South- East Asia. Closed social networks can provide greater anonymity, allowing for greater incitement to violence and hatred with impunity.
6. Research potential links between nationalism and misogyny among social media users in Asia The suggested intersectionality between nationalism and misogyny among social media users outlined in this brief merit further investigation and validation. In an age of growing nationalism across the region, examining potential linkages between nationalism and misogyny among online users would provide relevant insights into the root causes and consequences of online misogyny.
THIS CLEARLY SHOWS, FEMINISTS MENTALITY, THEIR FEAR OF LOSING GROUNDS WHEN EXPOSED, THEY WANT TO SILENCE TRUTH OVER FAKE FEMINISM, CALLING IT MISOGYNY, CRYING INNOCENT, VICTIM AND DEMANDING LEGAL ACTION FOR EXPOSING THEM.
IF THEY ARE TRUE THEN LET THEM COME WITH EVIDENCE LET THEM PROVE THESE MEN MURDERS IN THE HANDS OF THEIR WIVES (https://mynation.net/voice/ssrn-3704275/ – CRIMES BY INDIAN WOMEN) ARE FAKE, LET THEM SHOW US HOW MANY WOMEN ARE KILLED BY HUSBAND AT THE TIME OF COVID, AS ABOVE LIST JUST A TIP OF ICEBERG.
FEMINISTS WANT TO SILENCE THE TRUTH BY LEGAL ACTION SO THEY CAN DOMINATE AND RULE.