Most of us posted about instances of sexual harassment that we faced in order to protest and our voices to grow louder on the issue. But soon it fizzled out. What happened after that? Did we report about the abuse we faced? Do we still talk about it? Did we take the matter further? Not really, right? And that’s where we are going wrong.
#MeToo became a trend on social media after several women all over the world joined the protest against the predators. Actress Richa Chadha says that we shouldn’t ever forget about the movement that we all started. We should continue discussing about the same.
“This is not a popcorn story, that a hashtag will begin. It’s not a trend like an ice bucket challenge. It shouldn’t be just a trend; it should be discussed openly,” she told Hindustan Times.
The bold and beautiful had earlier said that sexual harassment, molestation and assault exists everywhere—in all fields—even at workplaces and in Bollywood as well. She even said that she is ready to name and shame the Harvey Weinsteins’ of the Indian film industry, if she is ensured security.
Who says cats are selfish? These are dated ideas. बिल्ली रास्ता काट गई। etc. I am unwell and mine has shadowed me like a nurse. Don’t think there’s any such thing as a dog person and a cat person. There’s people that love and care about animals, animals reciprocate that. #petLove #Jugni #cat @kittensofinstagram
“If you give me pension for life, take care of my safety, my family, ensure I’ll continue to get work in films and TV or whatever I want to do, my career will grow unabated as it is right now after I name and shame somebody, sure I will. Not just me, million others will do that. But who will do it?,” she had told PTI in an interview.