Is Indian society gender biased? - Totally

Biased towards whom - women or men? Well, that requires a longer explanation.

Here are a few hypothetical situations I use to explain my stance as a male feminist -

1. A girl in the office has a problem and she's not even asking for help but has 10 guys around her who're all trying to help her out.

Now men would perceive this incident as being Anti-men as no man would go help another man unless they're friends. But women would argue saying the only reason the men help is because they're trying to get into the girl's pants and also shows that men feel women are weak and need a man's support.

2. The son wants to become a chef and the daughter wants to become a pilot. And the dad says to the son 'Cooking is a woman's job! Do something manly, become a doctor or an engineer so that you find a good wife who'll cook for you instead of you cooking for her!!' 

And then to the daughter says this, 'Being a pilot is no easy thing. A lot of men struggle on their quest to become a pilot and you're just a girl. Get a simple job or else nobody will want to marry you.'

3. A guy goes to a girl at a mall and tells her that she has amazing eyes and he thinks she looks absolutely beautiful. The girl thinks this guy is flirting with her (which is read most of the times as eve-teasing) and starts screaming. A huge crowd gathers around and lynches the guy.

The guy didn't have any malevolent intentions towards the girl. The girl was too scared since incidents like these are commonplace in India and didn't want to end up being molested by a psychotic bastard.

Now, men might look like they were the victims in all of these situations but they aren't! They feel victimized since the law/society supports females - but why does the society support females? Since they feel women cannot fend for themselves, since women are weak, powerless, emotionally fallible and that their only role in society is to produce babies and look after the 'divine' husband!

And not just these, but there are several other incidents which are beyond public view (the undercurrents of Indian society) where females don't just face bias but are victims to physical and emotional crimes -

Infanticide
Sexual Molestation and Rape
Domestic Violence
Bias at offices while receiving salary hikes or promotions
Females looked upon as the weaker sex
Urban women who are liberal are termed 'Sluts' and frowned upon! (while men are termed 'Playboys' and it's actually a huge compliment)

Let me explain the sexual molestation part in a bit more detail...

Some guys will treat a female stranger with a lot of concern and show a great deal of safety when in a public setting (i.e when other people are looking). But these same guys will not blink an eye to molest a girl when they're alone.

The same guys who in a crowd show great respect towards women will secretly be a sadistic sexually starved psychopath!

And although there are cases of women taking advantage of some issues (like fabricating domestic violence and/or molestation claims) but these are just too few compared to the daily basis on which rape, molestation and other women based atrocities are committed in India.

The best and also the simplest way to develop India is through female emancipation and empowerment. Educate women, every woman, and I assure you that the future generations will witness the golden era of India.

P.S. - I am a feminist. That does not mean I hate men, nor does that mean that I think all men are evil and/or rapists. I just want equality and fairness for everyone.