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Re: Right to Revoke Consent? Your opinions

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Originally Posted by Shringarey View Post
The issue is slightly different, sgars. If either party breaks the promise, the other party is injured. When the man breaks off, it is assumed that he promised to have sex. But it may be that he genuinely found something about the girl that upset him - or he got plain bored with her. So what - he withdrew the consent. Simple.

I want to talk about the double standards of society - where if a girl does it, it is OK. If a guy does it, it is not OK.

Thats all

sex under promise of marriage is not really rape in India, but because the promise of marrying the woman is not being fulfilled, this will only prove that the man never intended to marry the woman. calling off a marriage due to unfavorable circumstances is not a biggie. the guy or the girl can backout anytime without being harassed. the guy/girl have equal rights to change their minds whenever without any explanation .. however a man who has interscourse with woman with whom he has promised marriage can be found guilty for the crime of seduction or rape by deception. sadly, men being seduced by women or raped by women are largely matters of laughter but that's another topic altogether.
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