Why this Question:
India has one of the world’s youngest youth demographics (27 percent are Gen Z, 34 percent are Millennials) and one of the most active online. As people interact more online, more content is created and shared among them, allowing them to form new and wonderful connections. However, these interactions can sometimes put them in danger.
Key The question’s demand:
To write about the barriers to internet access for women and the solutions needed to overcome them.
Structure of the response:
Begin by stating key facts about the context of the question.
In the first section, discuss how the internet without borders is a double-edged sword.
Next, write about the growing problem of gender-based cybercrime – Nature is anonymous: VAWG has spread to the digital realm, and in its anonymous, non-confrontational form, it must be viewed as a hindrance to gender justice in the twenty-first century. Another example of what sustains digital attacks on women and girls is skewed power dynamics, which occur frequently between men and women. Typical of societal mentality, etc. There is no protective legislation.
Next, write about the steps that must be taken to address the issues listed above.
Write a plan for the future.