To say that Roe v Wade does not affect us is untrue. It jeopardises women's right to choose all over the world.
Men must control their own base instincts instead of policing women's clothing.
People in power also need to be held accountable for addressing violence in their institutions, be they religious, educational or other.
Media has a responsibility to stop sensationalising stories about women and focus on the wider inequalities that affect them.
The apathy towards ending sexual harassment on campus is a symptom of wider institutional control.
This week, a report issued by Bangladesh Mahila Parishad outlines the brutal reality: almost 300 women reported different types of abuse just in the last six months.
Rab detained Shila Akhter alias Saima, who allegedly initiated the scuffle and assaulted a woman at Narsingdi Railway Station recently over her clothes.
What the Narsingdi Railway incident really reveals about our society's attitude towards women.
A young woman was physically assaulted by some men and women at Narsingdi railway station for wearing what they claimed “indecent clothes”.
While violence against women in general is prevalent across the country, the situation is worse on all fronts for indigenous women.