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As the male hating Feminists move into India, it's effects can be clearly catalogued, the one statistic which does not change is the proportions of male suicides in relation to the population. India, I am glad to say, has an active MRA (Mens Rights Activist) and an ever increasing MM (Mens Movement) which will dwarf anything we have in western countries. The frustration the MM has at the moment is the lack of response from both male and females in relation to the injustices and harm that movement has engaged in and that is apart from the institutionalised anti male sexism and bias already in the Educational and Legal areas where both demonstrate clearly that only the rights and needs of women are served at the expense of all men and boys. But never an utterance from any of the delusional "equality" enablers and operators as that claim cannot be sustained or argued as applying to anyone not possessing a vagina and they are well aware of that..

INSAAF (Indian Social Awareness and Activism Forum)
Press release on “RIGHT TO LIFE for men” campaign
Domestic Violence has driven over 780,000 Married Men to suicide!
Married Indian Males are losing the most fundamental right of all, THE “RIGHT TO LIFE”. It is not at all uncommon to see people laughing whenever a married men tries to express his problems or says that his spouse and in – laws are torturing him. The audience might find it funny but it is a sad reality for those 61453 married men who were driven to take their own lives in 2010 being unable to bear the torture and lakhs more such who continue to live an abused life without even a semblance of acceptance of abuse. This was as per the data presented by the National Crime Records Bureau(NCRB), Home Ministry report released by Hon’ble Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Thursday, the 27th of October 2011.
According to statistics released by the Ministry of Home affairs, in the last fifteen years (1995 – 2010) over 776812 married men have been claimed by rampant domestic violence against them. In a shocking revelation of suicide statistics for the year 2010 reveals that once again almost double the number of married men have committed suicide in comparison to married women as the report attached here corroborates. The rate at which the suicide rates of married men are increasing according to the govt reports from 1995 is truly astounding(See Annexure).  The figures for a last few years also are equally concerning.
National Crime Records Bureau – Ministry of Home affairs Suicide Statistics
YearMarried MenMarried Women
INSAAF attributes the tremendous increase in suicides of Indian married males to the complete lack of understanding and unavailability of remedies on the issue of domestic violence against men in India.
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Sadly, similar numbers apply to Australia as well. The endless increase in suicides are met with contempt and repeated attempts, as Federal and State governments concentrate solely on female suicides by stating that it is unacceptable that the numbers were so high. Nothing is done or even attempted by both  State and Federal governments to reduce the male suicide numbers. The occasional minutiae attempt at patchwork methods are undertaken just to quieten and placate the general noise when this subject is on the odd occasion, raised..
SUICIDE in Australia
The suicide rate is a widely used indicator of social cohesion, as is the prevalence of drug-induced deaths. While such deaths can occur for many reasons, and many complex factors might influence a person’s decision to suicide, these preventable deaths point to individuals who may be less connected to support networks (OECD 2001a). For instance, they may be less inclined to seek help or may be less intimately connected to people who might otherwise be aware of problems or step in to assist.
Men suicide at a higher rate than women, and the male suicide rate is more volatile than that for females. The male suicide rate has declined gradually over the last decade and was at 16 deaths per 100,000 males in 2008. The female rate has remained at around five deaths per 100,000 females since the late 1990s, declining gradually from six per 100,000 females in 1997.
Young men suicide at a higher rate than young females. In 2008, men aged 20-24 years were particularly vulnerable to suicide, with a rate of around 19 suicides per 100,000 males in 2008. This is a higher rate than for young men aged 15-19 years (around 9 suicides per 100,000 men) or for young women (3 suicides per 100,000 women aged 15-19 years and 5 per 100,000 women aged 20-24 years).
Of all people, middle aged men and older men suicide at the highest rate. In 2008, men aged 40-44 years had the highest suicide rate at just over 26 deaths per 100,000 males. Men aged 85 years and over also had a suicide rate of 26 deaths per 100,000 males.