Group chat exposes sexual violence culture in elite India schools

Meanwhile in India... a group of young men from elite schools harassed young women, some of them underage, online. Mehar Dua decided to speak up.

05/19/2020 10:58 PMupdated: 05/21/2020 12:51 PM


  • Nick H.
    07/24/2020 23:35

    So you are complaining that you find the way some men talk, gross? Maybe men wouldn't ogle you and spread naked pics if you didn't take naked pics of yourself. The women are not blameless here, personal responsibility is expected of both genders. Saying that the things being talked about are disgusting is an opinion, not fact. They are obviously not disgusting to the men sharing the pics.

  • Mathan M.
    05/25/2020 19:23

    This is the 21st century and that doesn't mean you can do what you want especially girls. As someone said girls have to lead a careful life and I fully agree to that. This is common sense and if they continue to do the wrong things then this will affect their future in many ways. This is how the world is any today's women have equal rights which was absent in the olden days. Today they can complain and the police will take action and what else you all young ladies need. If you still want to do things your way openly surely there are many men out there who is going to take advantage of it and that's young girls have to be careful with the way they are living. Always remember this saying " what you sow you will reap accordingly" and this is applicable to boys and girls.

  • Mehwish Q.
    05/24/2020 22:28

    Being yourself and being VULGAR has a huge difference dude!!!

  • Mario V.
    05/24/2020 14:43

    This muppet again!

  • Joseph R.
    05/24/2020 03:29

    God Indian people sound so fucing annoying

  • Animesh G.
    05/22/2020 08:55

    Delete tiktok.problem solved ..

  • Thyda K.
    05/22/2020 06:57

    Why do boys in India hate women so much?!

  • Eileen C.
    05/21/2020 22:52

    This girl doesn't realize that girls posting nudes of themselves can have a negative impact on their lives for the rest of their lives. Boys "locker room" nasty talk goes on at every age, every country, the double standards never end. It's not right! Girls have to protect themselves from guys, always put your safety first.

  • Eness T.
    05/21/2020 22:51

    Yeah You've seen good 👍👍

  • Dwiyana S.
    05/21/2020 21:52

    I think I've shared this post a few days ago and when I wanted to watch it again and share, it was gone. Anyone? Brut? Deleted by Facebook or Brut or what?

  • Mihir Dev Choudhary
    05/21/2020 14:31

    Why haven't you made the edit yet? I understand you're addressing a sensitive issue and the school which you have shown(0:39-0:41) doesn't have any importance for you.but it does affect us so making the edit won't harm anyone. So "don't be bad, what's the point of it?". Thank you

  • Mohammed Razee
    05/20/2020 14:04

    It's understandable the issue you have raised in your video. But you are not going to make any difference if your intel is wrong itself. The clip of a school you have shown (0:39 to 0:41) is not part of the issue you are discussing in the video. It is St. Joseph's school, Darjeeling which is all the way on the edge of our country, not in Delhi, if that wasn't clear. Please do make the edit and make your video more credible.

  • Tsognyid N.
    05/20/2020 10:49

    Facts are more important than the need of sharing factless things🙄

  • Zafar Khan
    05/20/2020 10:45

    You've used a visual of an all boys institution in the Darjeeling hills, more than a thousand kilometres away, for an incident which occurred in New Delhi, which I fail to understand. If you did have to use a visual, then shouldn't you have used one from the actual institution itself rather than insinuate something about a heritage one totally unrelated to the incident. I would request you to kindly edit the video to remove any content related to the hill school, which for your information is an all boys school, as opposed to the coed school where the incident occurred.

  • Anna M.
    05/20/2020 09:58

    For all the ones asking why she is showing your school im pretty sure she is talking about India in general and your school is shown obviously because it is an elite and prestigeous school where its members are proud and empowered so much so that they feel like they can harass women. If it doesnt apply to you then keep moving but this young lady is speaking for women in her country and if you have not lived her experience then it is not your place to tell her what issues should be important to her. Stop making this about your school. It is about India in general.

  • Hrishikesh Rai
    05/20/2020 09:23

    The school shown from 0:39 to 0:41 is NOT in any way associated with the incident being discussed in the video. That school is St Joseph’s School, Darjeeling, which is literally miles away from any of this. Please do correct the error made. Our school has done nothing to have been shown in this video.

  • Gaurav J.
    05/20/2020 09:19

    Lazy journalism! You cannot be using some video clip without any proper research! Be aware of what you are showing that school is a very reputed school in Darjeeling. Not in Delhi ,, need to take this down , fake report!

  • Phuntsok R.
    05/20/2020 09:09

    The fact that you've portrayed St. Joseph's School North Point, Darjeeling as one of the schools from Delhi involved in this scandal is appalling and outright dumb! Please get the facts right and rectify the error asap @Brut India.

  • Nishant R.
    05/20/2020 08:06

    Our school has been falsely portrayed as being one of the Schools in Delhi where the Boys Locker Room Incident has occurred. Please check 00:39 - 00:41.

  • Sagrit P.
    05/20/2020 07:54

    To the Creative department of @Brut. What ever incident happened few weeks ago was really a stain in our society but please check your facts correctly. There is a short clip 00:39 - 00:41 where you have shown one of the most renowned school not only in Indian but through out the world, "St. Joseph's School North Point Darjeeling, West Bengal." We are more than just a school, we are a family and I being a part of it would like to say , please do not associated our Family with the incident. It may be a mistake from your side but please rectify and edit it. Thank You. SURSUM CORDA.

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