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Girls reveal ‘sex threats’ from pupils

ByBTV

Apr 7, 2021


Girls reveal ‘sex threats’ from pupils at top schools as screen-shots of abusive messages are posted on new web campaign page

  • Abusive messages posted on Instagram page set up by campaigner Zan Moon 
  • She hopes to ‘tackle rape culture in education’ and encourage schools to act 
  • Miss Moon, 24, anonymises submitted screenshots before posting them to page

Horrifying rape threats allegedly made by pupils at top schools have been exposed in a new campaign against sexual abuse.

Hundreds of abusive messages have been posted on an Instagram page set up by campaigner Zan Moon to ‘tackle rape culture in education’ and encourage schools to act. 

When girls send Miss Moon pictures of their screens showing the online chats with boys, she anonymises the conversation before posting the images to the page, called ScreenGrab Them.

One example is allegedly between an Eton pupil and his girlfriend, in which she accuses him of punching and choking her. 

He argues and says things need to be ‘back to normal’ by the time he sees her or ‘s*** will hit the fan’, before appearing to say he would make the physical abuse ‘fun’.

Hundreds of abusive messages have been posted on an Instagram page set up by campaigner Zan Moon (above) to 'tackle rape culture in education' and encourage schools to act

Hundreds of abusive messages have been posted on an Instagram page set up by campaigner Zan Moon (above) to ‘tackle rape culture in education’ and encourage schools to act

One post shows a boy, claimed to be a private school pupil, asking a girl for sex. When she says no, he replies: ‘Even better no consent.’ 

Eton said in a statement that it ‘always takes specific allegations extremely seriously, does all it can to support those directly affected, takes disciplinary action where appropriate and works with the relevant authorities’.

Miss Moon, 24, who attended the £39,000-a-year all-girls boarding school Benenden in Kent, said she was ‘trying to force schools into action’.

She said: ‘It’s on the schools, surely, to bring up those boys to be loving, respectful young boys and there’s visual evidence that their behaviour says otherwise.

‘Sadly the most compelling and powerful testimonies in terms of exposing rape culture are those with photographic evidence because it’s no longer ‘he says, she says’, it’s this is what we’re dealing with and here’s a picture to prove it.’

Eton said in a statement that it 'always takes specific allegations extremely seriously, does all it can to support those directly affected, takes disciplinary action where appropriate and works with the relevant authorities'. Pictured: Eton College

 Eton said in a statement that it ‘always takes specific allegations extremely seriously, does all it can to support those directly affected, takes disciplinary action where appropriate and works with the relevant authorities’. Pictured: Eton College

When girls send Miss Moon pictures of their screens showing the online chats with boys, she anonymises the conversation before posting the images to the page, called ScreenGrab Them

When girls send Miss Moon pictures of their screens showing the online chats with boys, she anonymises the conversation before posting the images to the page, called ScreenGrab Them

In 2018, 11 students at Warwick University were suspended after a sickening group chat where they discussed raping women was uncovered.

The group chat – which for a time bore the title ‘F*** women, disrespect them all’ – included threats from one man about his female housemates that he would ‘rape the whole flat to teach them a lesson’. 

Another joked: ‘Sometimes it’s fun to just go wild and rape 100 girls’.

Some members of the group later had their suspensions reversed while others were fined as little as £100.

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