Boys locker room
CBSE handbook details guidelines for students as well as parents, listing the dos and donts and activities to understand the sensitivity of cyber safety, revenge porn and other issues.
The urgency in passing the social media verdicts in the current Snapchat incident highlights how uncomfortable women can make men the moment they raise questions on their privileges.
After investigation, the Delhi Police has found that the Snapchat conversation has no connection with the Bois locker room and a girl faked her name as Siddharth only to check the values and character of the boy she was chatting with.
Women face rape threats, get asked for nudes, shamed for their bodies, served lewd comments on such a regular basis that it has become a part and parcel of our online lives.
Are you having these conversations with your sons? If you outright reject the influencers in their lives, there are chances of they may turn more secretive.
The question is not what can be done to stop Bois Locker Room conversations among the teenagers but how are we addressing the root of the problem.
Teenage is a difficult time to deal with and the current situation of lockdown makes it even harder. The revelation…
The Station House Officer of Sector 53 police station said the guards heard a thud sound and rushed to the spot. They found the boy severely injured in a pool of blood.
How do we know the morality of safe expression of sexuality when we don’t discuss sexuality with our children. When will they know the difference between attraction and abuse?
Women get raped because men rape them. Not because of the length of their skirt. Not because of how tight their dress was. Not because they were out at midnight. And surely not because they ‘asked’ for it
Why did these women post their pictures?” ” But men will be men.” “Oh! They are just seeking attention” and what not! Here are some replies to such annoying statements.
The Boys Locker Room is a mirror to our society? Time to pay attention to this question.