Girls reveal ‘sexual threats’ to students

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Girls reveal ‘sexual threats’ from top school students while screenshots of abusive messages are posted on new campaign page

  • Insulting messages posted on Instagram page set up by campaigner Zan Moon
  • She hopes to ‘tackle rape culture in education’ and encourage schools to take action
  • Miss Moon, 24, anonymizes submitted screenshots before posting to the page

Gruesome rape threats allegedly made by top school students have come to light 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 take action.

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

An example is reportedly between an Eton apprentice and his girlfriend, in which she accuses him of hitting and choking her.

He argues, saying things should be ‘back to normal’ by the time he sees her or ‘s *** hit the fan’ before seeming to say he’d 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 take action

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 take action

A message shows a boy, claiming to be a private school student, asking a girl for sex. If she says no, he replies, “Better not get permission.”

Eton said in a statement that it “always takes specific allegations extremely seriously, makes every effort to support those directly involved, takes disciplinary action where necessary and cooperates with the relevant authorities.”

Miss Moon, 24, who attended Benenden boarding school in Kent for £ 39,000 a year, said she was “trying to push schools into action.”

She said: ‘It is certainly up to the schools to raise those boys to be loving, respectful young boys and there is visual evidence that their behavior says otherwise.

‘Unfortunately the most compelling and powerful testimonials in terms of uncovering the rape culture are the ones with photographic evidence because it is no longer’ he says, she says’ it’s this 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, makes every effort to support those directly involved, takes disciplinary action where necessary and cooperates with the relevant authorities.” Pictured: Eton College

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

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

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

In 2018, 11 students from Warwick University were banned after a sickening group chat came to light in which they discussed raping women.

The group chat – which for a time bore the title ‘F *** women, disrespect them all’ – contained threats from a man about his female roommates that he would “rape the entire flat to teach them a lesson.”

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

Some members of the group were later canceled, while others were fined just £ 100.

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