Singer Sona Mohapatra lately referred to as out social media customers who criticised Aamir Khan’s daughter Ira for sporting a bikini at her pool occasion on her birthday. And since then, she has been coping with trolling so unhealthy, that some have even dragged her mom into it.

As social media customers began commenting about Ira’s alternative of attire in presence of her mother and father, Mohapatra got here ahead to slam patriarchy with a be aware on Instagram, writing, “All the folks outraging about Ira Khan’s alternative of attire or linking it to what #AamirKhan mentioned, did or didn’t up to now please be aware; she is 25. A free, pondering, grownup lady. Is exercising her selections. Doesn’t want her dad’s approval or yours”.

Opening up about getting trolled for her submit, she says, “The 24/7 troll brigade within the final 24 hours within the garb of ‘sanskaari’ custodians of our ‘tradition’ have showcased their very own ‘sanskaar’ by asking me to pose bare within the public, then even prolonged this courtesy to my 70 yr previous mom, who has no voice or say on this dialog. All within the final 24 hours after I referred to as out their sick mindset for trolling a young lady, whose birthday I attended this weekend”.

Since then, the 45-year-old has spent most of her time deleting such feedback and making use of filters on her web page, as she places, “All this emotional violence regardless of having the strongest profanity filters turned on in my pages, that I’ve been deleting crap constantly”.

Here, she mentions that you will need to name out such mentality to vary how women are handled within the society. “The final couple of days have additionally given us the horrifying information of gang rapes in varied components of the nation. What’s the connection one wonders? Well, these horrific crimes got here to gentle as a result of the courageous ladies reported them, are in search of justice & not sweeping it underneath the carpet like a whole lot do”.

That’s why you will need to name out such conversations, as a substitute of normalising it.

“Even normalising such trolling and shaming of young women for their alternative in attire on the Internet solely strengthens and encourages a**h*les and misogynistic behaviour not solely on-line however in actual life too. Because, ultimately, this on-line, sick behaviour is nothing however a mirror of the truth of the mindset’s in society,” she ends, whereas emphasising to maintain the dialog towards this mentality going.

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