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Classism is differential treatment based on social class or perceived social class. It is the systematic oppression of subordinated class groups to advantage and strengthen the dominant class groups. It’s the systematic assignment of characteristics of worth and ability based on social class.

It includes:
1. individual attitudes and behaviors
2. systems of policies and practices that are set up to benefit the upper classes at the expense of the lower classes, resulting in drastic income and wealth inequality
3. the rationale that supports these systems and this unequal valuing
4. the culture that perpetuates them.

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Body Shaming

Body shaming refers to an act of either criticizing oneself or others for their physical appearance. The misconception of having a perfect body( neither too fat not too skinny) has become the definition of ‘beauty’.

People are usually bullied, harassed and mocked at which often leads to low self esteem, insecurities and the victims start loathing their bodies.

The virtue of self – love and self – appreciation is forgotten. One must always remember that before being judged by others one must love the way he/ she is.

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Human Trafficking

Human trafficking, also called trafficking in person is nothing but modern day slavery.

It involves illegally transportation of individuals by force or deception for the purpose of forced labour, sexual slavery or commercial sexual exploitation for the traffickers. It is the business of stealing human rights and freedoms for profit.

It is a trade in people especially women and children for their body parts, child labour, prostitution and forced marriage.

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Sex Education

Sex education. This word may not ring a bell because you might be an Indian. The teachings in health classes remained confined to eating habits and sanitation. Sex education taught in hushed tones along with the denial to the answer where do babies come from highlights the taboo denying its importance within society. Acceptance is a must considering a society like India.

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Menstrual Hygiene

Menstrual Hygiene is about using menstrual hygiene products to soak up menstrual blood, having free space to change the materials and proper disposable facilities of used menstrual materials. It is also about ensuring women and girls live in an environment that values and supports their ability to manage their menstruation with dignity.
Menstrual hygiene can be challenging for girls and women in developing countries where clean water and toilet facilities are often insufficient.

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Trauma and Depression

Every second at one place or the other people are getting tensed, suffering from anxiety, sleeplessness which steers to nothing but depression. It can reach to anyone, at any duration, even the delighted soul in the world can undergo from Trauma and Depression.

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Domestic Violence

Domestic violence typically involves an unequal power dynamic in which one person tries to assert control over the other in a variety of ways. While every relationship is different, violence can take form of behaviors meant to scare, physically harm or control a person. It can be physical or psychological, and it can affect anyone of any age, gender, race, or sexual orientation. Domestic Abuse is characterised by Physical Abuse, Emotional/Psychological Abuse, Economic/Financial Abuse or Sexual Abuse.

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Homophobia is the fear, hatred, discomfort with, or mistrust of people who are lesbian, gay, or bisexual. Homophobic people Are those who identify as lesbian, gay, or bisexual may experience harassment or discrimination from people who are scared of or uncomfortable with these identities.

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Animal Cruelty

Animal cruelty is the abuse toward or neglect of an animal. It’s that simple. Some aspects of animal cruelty involve purposefully putting animals in situations that harm, scare, and terrorize them, while others simply result from people looking the other way.

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Racial Discrimination

Racial discrimination is when any individual is treated less favorably than another in a similar situation on the basis of their skin, colour, racial or ethnic origin, descent or immigrant status. It is a system of unfairness and it has a long history in our country. Racism is a socially transmitted disease whose lifelong negative effects can impact the health and development of children and adolescents. Every human being has a right to feel safe and valued and to be treated fairly. To fix the problem, we need to discuss it openly and be vigilant about it in our daily lives.

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