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Group Chat Exposes Sexual Violence Culture in Delhi Teens

Boys in Delhi's elite schools were sharing private photos and sexually explicit comments about girls on an Instagram group chat. Mehar Dua used to go to such a school, and she told Brut how this culture isn't just about boys. It comes from all of us.

07/05/2020 5:04 PM
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  • Waheed B.
    4 days

    it's really disgusting to talk about minor girls i don't like such people

  • Satish T.
    20/08/2020 08:35

    Achha very nice

  • Nill A.
    19/08/2020 12:56

    Anyone from Delhi ..Contact me..

  • Carlos A.
    18/08/2020 00:51

    SALI AKO SA GROUP CHAT NYO

  • Yogita K.
    31/07/2020 21:46

    Don't blame the school. Millions of middle and lower class people are paedophiles in India

  • Keeta
    31/07/2020 08:21

    Girls are the main culprit except some innocent girls, now these girls are exposing their bodies like a pornstar, the science has given us clothes to protect but these girls focus on boobs and assess, even in the porn industry the industry is supported by women not men. Women want extra attention , they are exploiting the gender ratio that is majority of the population active on social media is for Testerone filled aggresive men and instead of helping the males they are exploiting it! Edit : who said boys are not the culprit but they have became as the culprit because of wrong parenting and wrong environment created by women who promote dirty things like nudity, porn, sex jokes and their fake unprofitable competition with men 🔱🔱🔱

  • Isha P.
    28/07/2020 14:46

    The Purple Ribbon Collective is happy to share that we are commencing a Professionally Moderated Online Support Group for womxn facing abuse to have a common platform and share their hardships with each other, support one another in their processes of recovering from abuse or empowering each other to escape the abuse. Research strongly suggests that support groups can help participants feel less lonely or judged, reduce anxiety and depression, improve skills to cope up with challenges and gain a sense of empowerment and control. Through this support group, the participants can also learn about the economic, social and legal resources which can help them. The Online Support Group will be conducted and moderated by a mental-health professional, Reema Ahmad, co-founder of Candidly, an initiative that deals with the topics of gender, sexuality, abuse and how these manifest themselves in culture through media. Reema is a trained comprehensive sexuality educator, a writer and an intimacy/relationships and sexuality therapist. She began her journey in 2014 as a researcher and trainer on Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention for kids and adults. She has also worked with Counsel To Secure Justice in the area of Restorative Justice and has also counselled families of child sexual abuse survivors. Following are the details of the Online Support Group: 1. The sessions will be conducted once in two weeks on Google Meet. The timings will be decided in consultation with the participants. (In view of the pandemic, the support group is being conducted online). 2. The sessions will be conducted for 90 minutes each. 3. The fees per session is Rs. 400 per participant. 4. The first session shall be free and is a trial for participants to feel comfortable and develop a sense of familiarity with the process. 5. Each session shall have a maximum of 10 participants or ideally fewer. 6. If a participant wishes to be a part of this anonymously, please contact Tamanna Meghrajani at +91 98237 38566, and she shall make provisions for the same accordingly. To register, please fill out the google form here (https://forms.gle/H6krtgKBxorXYWun9). For any further queries or concerns, please DM us, or contact Srishti Tripathi at +91 84337 59134. You can also reach out to us at [email protected] Please do share, it might really help someone!

  • Imran W.
    16/07/2020 23:57

    In this pandemic if a covid positive says my body my choice slogan and will throng in public. Is it justifiable, no because you understand the consequences likewise the slogan of feminists is equally dangerous to their gender. Men and Women can never be equals but they are better in their respective genders. We all wish to follow the law of the land likewise our Creator has set some rules to safeguard ourselves from the evil and perverts from the humans.

  • Piyush W.
    13/07/2020 02:31

    There is no way to tackle this anywhere in the world. Behenji, I don't know why do you loathe Indian Mentality which has let you stay with your biological parents since childhood till now and not with step-father/mother/siblings. With that said, in India most people stay virgin until 25. The intense sexual feelings which commence by 14 remain unacknowledged for 11 years. After your and your friend's 2 week starvation, if he finds a small piece of steak in the jungle, what would you do? You will fight for it! No need to remain civil when no one are not around. There should not be anything like male vs female. Until recently, the Indian culture got the people married in teenage. And this enabled the generation to keep confine sexuality and it didn't burst out in a cruel way. In many countries, boys and girls are close to each other and engage in casual sexual acts but guess what? The per 1000 people sexual offences are comparatively higher in those countries. How I handled myself is by learning from my girl. Her facebook inbox was full of fools saying, "hi sweetheart", "number de tera", "your eyes are beautiful", etc and she never read them and still have 100+ pending requests. I dare if any girl reading this has ever received a creepy message from me. The entire thing is men never learn life of a woman because they are not asked to but women do have fair understanding by this age. Women should teach their sons to distinguish between bad act and good act. What do you think my sweetheart ?

  • Jecel F.
    09/07/2020 12:12

    Can you send me

  • Arivalan H.
    07/07/2020 15:48

    Sharing your nudes with someone would definitely end up like this..minor girls sharing nudes is not an issue?? Is she on expired weeds?? Say the same thing to your parents

  • Naella K.
    03/07/2020 22:22

    sorry little girl your very silly. grow up. you are in India,a country where women are raped every 5 min. in which case u need to act and dress appropriately. wearing skimpy clothes is asking for trouble.

  • Er M.
    03/07/2020 04:08

    Isko miakhalifa banna h

  • Deepa R.
    01/07/2020 11:09

    Sharing nude photo online is a big NO NO.

  • Faraz Q.
    25/06/2020 16:40

    This is really very disgusting n shameful

  • Abante D.
    24/06/2020 12:36

    Making sa li po

  • Rohit S.
    23/06/2020 09:57

    So the person who sent out those messages was not even a “guy” !

  • Rafaela D.
    23/06/2020 04:11

    WHAT AN UGLY ACCENT INDIAN PEOPLE GOT 😅

  • Sarvan M.
    21/06/2020 07:42

    I like you write to me too

  • Rohan H.
    17/06/2020 00:55

    This is what happens when u are over educated ☺️

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