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How to deal with sexual assault on social media

Sexual Harassment
Almost half of women have been sexually assaulted online. Here’s what you can do about it.

My aunt is flirting with me, help!

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Hi Auntyji, an aunt keeps dropping sexual hints at me. What should I do? Amit, 22, Kanpur.

My wife is a survivor of child sex abuse. How can I help her?

Love and relationships
Hi Auntyji, my partner has been a survivor of child sex abuse. It makes our sex life difficult and uncomfortable. How can I get her to come out of it and have a meaningful, pleasurable and healthy relationship with me? Sagar, 26, Lucknow

She complained to my boss!

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Raj kept looking for a yes in Anjali’s no’s. When he didn’t back off she did something Raj thinks was totally unfair. Read Raj’s story and tell us what you think.

I'm attracted to children – what should I do?

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I am attracted to children and want to have sex with them. I know it is wrong but I don't know what to do. ABC, 28 years.

When I dumped all my short dresses

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‘It must be my fault that I was groped on the street. After all, I was coming home late, alone and in a short dress’, Sheetal told herself. An inspiring conversation with someone unexpected gave her the courage that it wasn’t. Sheetal shares her story with Love Matters.

‘Show me your brown part,’ he said

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Vaibhavi and Abhi were in the same school as kids and met on Facebook after many years. When she started chatting with him, he asked her for a ‘special’ picture. She tells Love Matters India how embarrassed she felt.

Yes, we all feed violence against women: Here’s how to stop it now

Sexual Harassment
One in three women have experienced violence in their lifetime. Most often when we think of violence against women, we think of women being raped by strangers or burnt by their in-laws. While this is true, violence can also occur in so called ‘normal’ everyday situations that we often ignore because they seem inconsequential. But they are not. We all play a role in creating a culture in which violence against women grows and therefore we all have the responsibility to change it. Here’s what we can do to end the culture of violence around us.