These Teenage Girls Want To Normalise Female Sexual Fantasies

Here’s why Radhika Apte decided to support the OMH campaign.

Updated09 Sep 2019, 04:09 PM IST
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What started as a thought for a college project led to the formation of UGC platform called OMH, or ‘Oh My Hrithik.’ Five college friends, Kriti Kulshrestha, Vaishali Manek, Suparna Dutta, Kevika Singla and Mansi Jain have started the initiative to normalise female fantasies and eradicate the stigma around self pleasure in our country. They chose ‘Hrithik’ to be a part of the name because of him being the “Greek God of good looks.”

The group is essentially active on Instagram but has its presence across Facebook and Twitter as well. Their pages are gaining popularity at a good rate ever since the campaign began in March 2019. On Instagram, the girls constantly put out “fantasies” shared by women, and content aimed to educate.

The women also conduct interactive sessions where they invite women to have conversations around the subject in a judgment-free environment. They have previously conducted successful sessions in Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur. Perhaps one of the highlights of the movement has been Radhika Apte coming across their page and sharing a video talking about her fantasies to extend support to the movement.

You can follow them on Instagram and extend support.

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Published: 09 Sep 2019, 03:50 PM IST
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