Obsessed with the desire of sex as they are all the time, there are people, both VIPs and the commoners, who are always dead set not to miss even a single most opportunity available to them to vomit their ill conceived notions on gender biased connotations, particularly when some women are involved in the context. New Delhi gang rape case recently gave such people a bumper chance to talk as loose as they could. Ridiculing the mammoth gatherings of the people with majority being that of women on India Gate, New Delhi, protesting against the gang rape so perpetrated, Abhijeet Mukherjee, a Congress M.P. and son of the President of India, Pranab Mukherjee, called such women as ‘highly dented and painted’ adding that they thought it necessary to go for a (provocative) make up before joining the protest demonstration. What was the need of such a statement unless it was aimed at demoralising and demeaning the women folk who joined the agitation. A CPM MLA from West Bengal, Anisur Rahman, played over smart by passing most obscene a remark telling as to ‘what she would charge for getting raped’. The remark so passed was directed to Mamta Banerjee, the Chief Minister of West Bengal. This is the height of a sheer non-sense and irrelevance. Merely taking an exception of the remark so passed may not be enough, what is most legitimately warranted is some stern action against both Abhijeet Mukherjee and Anisur Rahman. The way both of them acted is clearly indicative of their soft corner for the culprits of the rape incident. Those siding with the perpetrators of the New Delhi rape incident, directly or indirectly, are equally guilty. They must be not only condemned all out, they must also be adequately punished.