The Sanguinarian

The Sanguinarian

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

L for Lecher

So today, we will see in brief what a lecher is.
A lecher is a parasite in human form.
A lecher is that parasite, which lurks on street corners, by the road side, at tea stalls and pan shops, buses and local trains, and every other public place- they are an ubiquitous sight in India's cities, towns and even villages.
A lecher is known by other names, like Lout or Roadside Romeo.
A lecher is often found in groups.
A lecher is that creature which sees women as sex objects- to be desired, used for sex and exploited.
Any woman walking on the road/driving a vehicle or doing anything else in public is fair game for the lecher.
A lecher makes his presence known by hooting, wolf-whistling, catcalls, sexist comments,cheap songs and other such offensive actions.
A lecher's main job is to sit around and do nothing all day- their category is usually unemployed so their favorite pastime is being anti-socials and troubling the common people- the working people with actual things to do.
A lecher's only work worth noticing is eve-teasing, groping stalking, molestation and in extreme cases, rape.
A lecher basically exists to make life a living hell for women who step outside the house.
A lecher is that filth that no Swacch Bharat Abhiyan can clean up, unless society takes a broom and wipes them away.
This post is part of the A to Z Challenge


  1. Lol, loved the way you started... a parasite indeed! Great going!!

  2. Parasites, scum, barely human. That's my take on it.

    Good luck with the A to Z Challenge!
    A to Z Co-Host S. L. Hennessy