Link Between Porn, Rape – Six Year Old Girl Beaten to Death by a Group of Boys For Refusing to Emulate Porn Movie Scenes

Link Between Porn, Rape – Six Year Old Girl Beaten to Death by a Group of Boys For Refusing to Emulate Porn Movie Scenes

(Link): Link Between Porn, Rape – Six Year Old Girl Beaten to Death by a Group of Boys For Refusing to Emulate Porn Movie Scenes

by G. Gluck
March 3, 2022

A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) (Link): has been filed in the Supreme Court of India seeking to direct the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPRD) to collect data from all investigations into sexual violence that could reveal a direct link between viewing pornography and rape.

 The petition, which was moved by Supreme Court advocate Nalin Kohli, was launched in response to a widely-publicized (Link): gang rape and murder that came to light in October last year.

The heinous crime included a 6-year-old girl being beaten to death after refusing to replicate sex acts with a group of boys who were addicted to porn.

Of the four assailants, two were minors aged eight and eleven. The boys had been accessing adult materials through their parents’ mobile phones while taking part in online school lessons.

According to police officer Mrinmoy Das, “Two of the boys first tried to replicate the pornographic acts they had been watching on their mobiles and tried to molest their neighbour’s girl. When she resisted and threatened to tell her parents, they hit her head with a stone and carried her to the toilet in the crusher plant where they hit her again. The third child stood guard outside the toilet.”

The girl was later found unconscious inside the toilet of the mill and brought to a hospital where doctors declared her deceased. The incident occurred on October 18, and the father of one of the boys has been arrested for destroying evidence and attempting to conceal the crime. Police superintendent Anand Mishra told Times of India, “The disturbing thing in this case was the use of pornography by minors.”

“The boy was using his father’s smartphone,” said Officer Das. “We found pornographic materials in the phone’s browsing history. He used the phone for his online classes but got addicted to watching porn and would show the X-rated contents to the other two, his cousins.”

As a result of this case, the Assam Police force has already issued guidelines for collecting digital evidence while investigating offences related to rape, molestation and other sexual offences.

In 2019, India’s Department of Telecommunications issued a letter to all Internet service providers instructing them to disable porn websites, “as the content posted on these websites relate to morality, decency as given in Article 19(2) of the Constitution.”

…In 2020, Deccan Chronicle reported of a spike in the number of children viewing pornography online despite attempts by the government to provide safeguarding measures and an expansion on adult content bans that included over 3,500 sites. India currently ranks third in the world, followed by America and Britain, in terms of consuming pornographic content.

Dr. Sarika Boora, a clinical psychologist based in Delhi, told women’s publication She The People that sexually violent tendencies in young boys are a result of a culture that degrades and objectifies women.

“The social learning theory states children learn by observing or imitating. So if that is what they are seeing around them, it’s what they are picking up on. If they’ve seen the father or other male figures around them getting hostile, violent, they may start believing man is dominant.”


Related:

(Link): Porn is Causing Shocking Trend of Children Sexually Assaulting Other Kids, Medical Experts Warn

(Link): Anti-Porn Activist: ‘Ethically Sourced’ Porn ‘Sounds Like an Oxymoron’

(Link): Lawmakers Urge Justice Department to Start Enforcing Porn Laws by T. Perkins

(Link): Some Researchers Argue that Shame Should Be Used to Treat Sexual Compulsions

(Link): The Oxymoron of Ethical Porn via End Sexual Exploitation

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