Depicting women as primarily victims draws attention to violence against women as a human rights issue. This strategy seems necessary for the social construction of this human rights issue (frame and fit).
Do you think this is in some ways unavoidable?
Do you think such campaigns limit the possibilities of how women are imagined? If so, how? If not, why?
Can you think of alternative ways to draw attention to violence against women?
How does the Indian transgender rights activist combine global rights language , local cultural frameworks, and individual experiences in her talk? How does this help us to understand the vernacularization of human rights?