Bitter Chocolate [Virani Pinki] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A book that challenges our notions of family honour and morality Sometime. 7 Aug Book review: Pinki Virani’s ‘Bitter Chocolate’. – Issue Date: Aug 7, The book Bitter Chocolate: Child Sexual Abuse in India has been penned by write/journalist Pinki Virani. She has written two other books-. Aruna’s story- (A.

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Sexual abuse could start as early as at three months, in circumstances seemingly as “normal” as they can be. Extracts from a Gender and Judges Survey are shocking: Aug 14, Smriti Agarwal rated it liked it. Customers who bought piki item also bought.

A special chapter addresses adults who have never before vvirani their sexual abuse as children. Pinki Virani has startlingly merged facts and figures, research and analysis with real-life cases of child sexual abuse to break the silence on this criminal activity that we – as a society have – not had the courage to combat. Virani attacks the serious limitations of the Indian legal framework that allow offenders bittter get away without prosecution. Very sobering and challenging book with a lot of helpful information.

This is a book dealing with a very serious problem. As we speak, there are children being abused. Any book that brings the mindlessness and depravity of child abuse to the fore is essential reading oinki not only to understand the horror, but to help the victims we know.


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Don’t insult the suffering of little children who trust you grownups with their lives and future. Aruna’s story – A touching tale of a nurse who was raped and now is barely alive and Once was Bombay. I m enjoying it.

If we turn a blind eye this problem will not go away. Often a raised eyebrow all that a mention of CSA gets. It’s about time someone addressed the issue and I’m glad Pinki Virani decided to do it.

These books are not to be celebrated, but remembered for the right reasons. Flag this review Irrelevant Fake Junk. Going beyond blaming, Pinki Virani then proceeds with her insightful analysis of the issue in three notebooks. Review on Bitter Chocolate – Pinki Virani. Honestly I can’t imagine the amount of incest cases that are blatantly strewn across ,that the Indian law and order purposely turn a blind eye upon.

The one thing that I learnt and now know forever after reading the book is that a child can be molested almost anywhere and everywhere. In a page author’s note that launches Bitter ChocolateVirani lays out the parameters, personal and socio-cultural, that govern the emergence of this heart-rending study. Upload photo files with. Alarming and disturbing statistics,which point to the vulnerability of young lives living amidst a sick society.

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Sep 03, Bhavita rated it liked it. Delivery and Returns see our delivery rates and policies thinking of returning an item? This book is extremely painful to read. The author has done a great job, by writing a bittee about an i Just completed reading, and I’m shattered. A must buy for those interested in child issues and most useful part of the book is where it mentions ways in which sex-ed may b imparted to children.


Just completed reading, and I’m shattered. Click here Do virwni believe that this item violates a copyright? Some books move you to the deepest core. And by mute i mean mute forever the child is never the same.

The ingenuineness of this review appears doubtful. However, the thing that I found the most troubling was the way she dealt with homosexuality. And how these grownups will directly affect the world we create for them.

My legs and hands would go numb. A seminal publication dealing with a subject often shoved under the carpet. Read more Read less. We are part of an age old ancestry,culture and heritage, that people don’t speak up in fear of being judged and mocked at.