Since ages, women have been the soft target for physical, mental and emotional abuse and humiliation. In the falsely perceived male dominated society, she is the one found to be compromising, adjusting and struggling for her survival. People forget that woman is the feminine aspect of the Divine Creative Forces. She is the manifestation of these cosmic forces in human form.
In spite of such potential power within women, she falls prey to the abuse, atrocity and humiliation by men. Women are predominantly emotional humans and also by the virtue of love showering entity through various roles such as of a mother, sister, wife and daughter, are suppressed by the intellectual and physical strong entities.
But however, every time she is abused and humiliated she comes out stronger and stronger to fight such abuses. She also becomes the medium for destructing those evil forces, which are responsible for atrocities on her.
We know how demon Mahishasura was killed by Goddess Durga. Mahishasura gained a boon from Lord Brahma that made him invulnerable to men of any species. Even the Devatas tried to fight Mahishasura but they realized that he alone has the power of all of them. Then when Devatas prayed to Durga, she fought and killed Mahishasura.
Sita was kidnapped by Ravana and kept in captivity. Rama with the help of Hanuman and the army of Monkeys eventually destroyed his army and killed Ravana along with his brother, son and relatives. In this destruction Sita became the medium.
We also know how Draupadi (wife of Pandavas) was humiliated in the court room of King Dhritarashtra and Lord Krishna saved her. That humiliation became the cause for Mahabharata war and all the 100 Kauravas (Duryodhana and his brothers) along with their supporters got killed.
The one act of humiliating Draupadi resulted in such destruction that even after thousands of years it is remembered in horror, shame and awe.