The Indian misogyny tradition has its roots in the hindu culture. The reference for indian women is Sita, the heroine of the epic poem ‘Ramayana’ where she is the example of submission to male authority. Female condition and sexual repression are still strong and present in the indian society: no public love expression between man and woman, no hugs, no kisses. Women must cover the body, especially legs and curves either at home or in public. Women are forced to be daughter, wife, mother and grandmother without any social or economic role.