BoysLockerRoom: The open letter, written by The Actor Manvi, says, “Boys, boys will stay” will no longer run in New Delhi. The cybercrime cell of Delhi Police has taken suo moto cognizance after the case of obscene chat on ‘Boys LockerRoom’ on Instagram came to notice. A Twitter user disclosed about an Instagram chat group named ‘Bois Locker Room’ on May 3. Since then, #BoysLockerRoom began to trend on Twitter. It came to the fore that the schoolboys were talking about the rape of girls through obscene messages.
Actress Manvi wrote in the open letter, “When this chatroom was busted, there were a lot of reactions on social media. Now, actress man Garu has also put forward her views on the matter through an open letter. Let’s see what he has written in this letter: “The criterion of any society is how they behave with their women and girls. The question is, ‘How did we reach here?’ did it take the general view of violence against women in our pop culture? Casual rape joke? Old but still prevalent ‘daughter in marriage’ idea or those patriarchal customs? Yes, the Misozini (malice from the very caste) begins at home. It is in our words. It thrives with our gender-based morality.
“This is not the first time the boy’s locker room” has surfaced,” he wrote, “We cannot evade responsibility by putting the whole blame on bad parenting because this is not the first time the ‘locker boys’ room’ has come to the fore. And it will not be the last time also. We are all partners in it. Every time you laugh at the sexist joke when you add money to your daughter’s wedding, but for the son’s education, when you ask a rape victim what she wore or what she was doing outside, you are potentially rewarding or punishing a young mind.
“Why don’t we see those men with the same prism of reasoning?” the man further wrote: “Why do we constantly connect a woman’s character to her body or what she wants to do? And why don’t we see those men with the same prism of reasoning? Why have we put a woman’s ‘Izzat’ in her vagina, but nothing was done for men? We live in a patriarchal society. Men have privileges. We have to be better than that. We have to raise our children well. We have to adopt a Skinnerian model of punishing toxicity and rewarding sympathy. We are thinking about our thoughts, words, and action. We have to do better, and ‘boys, boys will not work anymore ‘. Other celebrities have also reacted in this case, many other celebrities have also reacted. Actress Swara Bhaskar wrote on Twitter, “This shows that the toxic mechanism starts at young age. Actress Richa Chadha said there are many aspects of the problem. Chadha wrote, “Teenges is confusing porn with sex education.”