What other are saying
- Simarpreet SinghIn all seriousness and honesty, this is indeed a good platform to reach out and have people come out and talk about these grave matters. I would definitely like to see this snowballing into something big real soon. From words and talk to action. This initiative needs to be spread to more and the steam should not be lost.
- Harish V NairI commend you guys on this initiatives. It gives heart that there could be a difference made and there are people who care. To intervene into an event is not easy too. However one only needs to replace that girls face with your sisters, mothers, daughters or wives/girlfriends and the rage will be there. Will we allow this to happen as bystanders to someone we know.
- Neelima RahejaThis is a really great website and I’m so glad this is being done. I agree that this is very important. One thing that I find troubling is that on every post, the victim describes what she’s wearing. It seems to me like a symptom of victim-blaming. By calling out what people were wearing, you’re encouraging victim-blaming. A culture of ‘she was asking for it’. I wish this culture ends soon.
- Sakshi MinhasThis is a great initiative. But is there a way to take this beyond this stage. Name and shame should be a way to tackle this since you cant take every perpetrator to the cops. record what people are doing and play it on youtube so that people think twice before groping someone in a bus. I know these are not easy measures but we need to take steps to eradicate this.