Recent discovery found that more and more videos and pictures of alleged Malaysian school girls have been uploaded online. Worse, a majority of these videos show the girls still wearing their pinafores.
Yes, their identity or the fact whether they are really school girls cannot be determined, but these teenage girls have no qualm stripping in front of the camera then later uploading the videos on social media.
As reported by The Star,
“Many of the pictures captured the girls lifting their blouses to show their breasts and striking suggestive poses.”
If you do a quick search on certain sites for “Malaysian schoolgirls”, a lot of explicit postings can be found with some videos garnering close to 16,000 views. Another site even promises to be able to offer pictures of Malaysian primary school kids. Sick!
Some videos even feature those who are allegedly teachers. There is a video showing one teacher undressing in the teacher’s lounge of a school with the caption “Selamat Hari Guru. Nakal cikgu ini, dalam bilik pun vc.” (Happy Teachers Day. This teacher is naughty; the ever more so by taking a video in the teachers’ room).
Social activist, R.A Saravana told The Star that this phenomenon could lead to the collapse of moral value among future generations.
“It will be bad for future generations if the trend is not nipped in the bud.”
Then he suggested that a special task force should be formed immediately to deal with intervention and prevention of the problem.
Dr Chong Yew Siong, an advocate for positive mental health and family wellness explained that majority of the girls involved were forced by their boyfriends.
“Girls sending nude pictures or videos of themselves is like a badge of honour – to prove their sense of self-worth.”
He continued on saying that, “They are trying to perform an impossible balancing act between looking for their identity and trying to attain freedom, which makes them vulnerable to external influences.”
Dr Chong also stressed that the girls should be educated about cyberbullying as their acts can attract unhealthy attention which if goes uncontrolled, will cause depression, self harm and even suicide.
According to Dr Chong, many teenagers only come to him for help after their raunchy materials had gone viral online.
“Some of the teenagers suffered from bipolar disorder, or Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) that could be misconstrued as being rebellious and stubborn.”
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