Subhashree Sahu, a 17-year-old girl from Odisha, India, has become the center of attention after her leaked MMS video went viral on social media.
Many people are making many speculations about the nature of the leak. It is said in the video below that Subhashree’s Instagram account was blocked, and she took a friend’s help in getting it reinstated in return for her personal photos and videos. But we don’t know if it is true or what is the reason for her suicide attempt.
The video, which is said to show Subhashree Sahoo dancing, has sparked outrage and hatred on social media. Many people have condemned the criticism of the video leak and called for the perpetrators to be brought to justice.
Subhashree’s case is a tragic reminder of the dangers of cyberbullying. Cyberbullying can have a devastating impact on victims, both emotionally and psychologically.
It can lead to depression, anxiety, and even suicide. In Subhashree’s case, her video leak has also led to her being ostracized by her community.
We must take steps to prevent cyberbullying from happening. Social media platforms should develop and implement tools to detect and prevent these mis happenings. They should also establish clear guidelines and provide tools for reporting and removing offensive material.
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There are many of them supporting the 17-year-old Subhashree on social media like Twitter, Instagram, and even YouTube. You can see one such tweet where a user is requesting to stop making fun of the teenager.
She adds, “Irrespective of what happened, if she sold her pictures or his Bf leaked it. She is a minor and must not go through this mental torture. I request you all to stop uploading her previous reels and making fun of the scenario.”
We also need to promote a culture of kindness and support online. We need to create an environment where people feel safe and protected from the harmful effects of cyberbullying.
Protest Cyberbullying of Subhashree Sahoo
If you or someone you know is being cyberbullied, resources are available to help. You can contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or visit their website at https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/.
You can also contact the Cyberbullying Research Center at https://cyberbullying.org/.