Behind the scenes of Bangalore slut shaming

In a recent case a woman Aishwaraya Subramanian claimed that a Bangalore auto driver named Srikanth had commented on her dress and advised her not to dress like ‘sluts’. This news made viral by all social media channels looks to be a cooked up slut shaming story by feminists and specially by Feminism in India group.

Her story has discrepancies and here we point them out –

Slut Shaming Bangalore auto driver

Clearly her slut shaming story tells us that the driver gets out of the auto and others gather around him when she took pictures. Here are the driver pictures shared by her –

Slut shaming Auto driver1Slut shaming auto driver 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In none of the above pictures we find the auto driver to be outside his auto as claimed by Aishwarya nor we find any other person or their shadow around as claimed by her.

Interestingly, immediately after this post on her wall at 2:47 PM IST on 24th April, she tagged Japlin Pasricha the Founder and editor-in-chief of Feminism in India at 2:52 PM.

Slut Shaming Bangalore Japleen Pasricha

So why did Aishwarya has to tag Japleen immediately after her post when she was supposed to be crying and feeling sad and what not as per her FB update?

The reason is here –

Aishwarya Post public

She herself told on her FB replies that she was shaking and scooped to her bed at a time when she had actually shown that she wanted publicity –

Bangalore Slut shaming2

Surprisingly, we don’t find any other person or their silhouette around.

Finally on Twitter when CP Bangalore wanted to help her this is what she said –

CP Blr on Slut shaming

When she was crying, feeling ashamed, reduced to her bed and what not she actually didn’t want to lodge any complaint even when Bangalore police approached her. What nonesense?

How could she ever take any action when this might be a complete false propaganda by her? We demand that Bangalore Police do a complete investigation and let us know the truth.

The media never bothered to check the veracity of the incident before making it viral. They had never published the version of the auto driver before making her a braveheart and the auto driver a villain.

To the contrary, in this case we find the auto driver to be honest and true to his values because he went in meter for a very short distance and didn’t ask for extra money – both of which are commonly observed among Bangalore auto drivers. We find this is a trickery played against a simple and honest man by an attention seeking feminist.

The reason we understand that she is only attention seeking female is that when she was shaken, crying etc. due to what she called slut shaming by the auto driver, she still wanted the world to give her publicity and share her post as she said “anyone can share this post” categorically in the original post. In a tweet she mentioned that she wanted to show the rape culture in India when in reality her idea was to get famous. Also note that words like “slut shaming” or “rape culture” etc are only used by hardcore feminists. So this makes it clear that it is a possible ploy by members of “Feminism in India” a sly feminist group to which even Jasleen Kaur belonged too.

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7 thoughts on “Behind the scenes of Bangalore slut shaming

    1. Truth has been spoken..take action..We all need to unmask this person..This person is also from the group of feminism in India,a group where an expert of this type of cases is present..Yes jasleen kaur is also a member there..It may happen that she has set up a training school to harass people.

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  1. Guys, it’s time for a decent watch that can record video and audio on the press of a button….. It will be most valuable weapon of self defense for any guy in this world…. I have done the same and invested only 2300 INR on it, that has a camera which cannot be perceived even after a detail check…..

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