In Bitter Chocolate, Journalist And Best-Selling Author Pinki Virani Travels Across Accessible Yet Comprehensive, Bitter Chocolate Is Written For The Young. Book review of Bitter Chocolate: Child Sexual Abuse in India. Pinki Virani. Penguin Books, , pp., ISBN (pb). Many things are yet unknown to Indian child feels embarrased to tell her mom about all this what is happenning to r taught 2 trust only.

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Child sexual abuse — India. Infact the authors of this book them selves are involved in sexual abuse. This is a painful, hard to believe read. These books are not to be celebrated, but remembered for the right vhocolate. A Nationally Coordinated Helpline. Use this book as an introduction on how t Every parent, read this book.

December The Face of Fear. It provides damning disclosures about men, and some w A book that challenges our notions of family honour and morality. Also the author does not seem very fond of gay and bisexual people.

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Upload photo files with. These ppl didnt stop at that virni went ahead and insulted a good wisher girl who was working at SAMVADA, in my presence, saying that she stole money. Can I get a copy? Help us chocolatte the void. Make the title of the topic the name of the book, and if possible also include the author’s name.

Details Collect From YY Log In or Sign Up for Free. You know how loud that scream is and how painful, right? Bitter Chocolate shall be recalled every time I hear, suspect, witness, read a case of child abuse – physical, verbal, sexual.

Jan 17, Saranga rated it liked it. It is a Must read. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. For all you know, we might be able to save some chidlren from choocolate going forward. We all know it’s happening everywhere, everyday but still we live a life of denial.

Bitter Chocolate: Child Sexual Abuse In India

Through a series of events, she relates how often the person least suspected is the culprit like a close relation. But whats more surprising is that such instances go on occurring around us while we are so ignorant to it So much of researched and reported child sex abuse in India and so much yet to be pnki It;s relevant book on child sexual abuse.


Also a recommendation to anyone brave enough to hold a mirror to our patriarchal, chauvinist, biased society. It took me nearly 20 days to finish this extraordinarily researched piece of work, and I cannot imagine how many triggers Mrs. Dec 17, Henna Achhpal rated it liked it. To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video.

Your Mobile has been activated successfully. The Truth that child abuses can be done by our own family and not necessarily by a third party.

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