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Innocent Video Of M'sian Woman Eating Sushi Receives Unsolicited Lewd Comments

The victim confessed that she felt insecure about her mouth after reading the lewd comments.

Cover image via @fienajeeha (TikTok)

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It's unfortunate that women today don't feel safe, as they are objectified to satisfy men's sexual desire.

Anything they do or wear will get bombarded with lewd comments from hypersexual perverts.

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Women also have to be conscious of everything they post on social media now, even if it is as harmless as posting an eating video.

This TikTok user, for example, received the wrong type of attention for simply posting a video of her enjoying sushi.

In a 19-second video, TikTok user @fienajeeha recorded herself enjoying a few plates of sushi at a restaurant.

It was just a normal eating video until several men decided to leave sexual remarks in the comment section.

Most of the lewd comments were about how @fienajeeha ate the food

According to screenshots of TikTok comments, many people commented on how wide she opens her mouth while eating, while others said how "fortunate" her husband is to have a wife with a mouth like hers.

Traumatised by the vulgar remarks, the TikToker has since turned off the comments section.

After her video was shared on Twitter, netizens came together to defend @fienajeeha, saying she did not deserve to be harassed for posting a video of herself eating

At the same time, they called out the perverts for their inappropriate comments. 

The victim @feinajeehah replied to the tweet yesterday, 29 November, confessing that she felt insecure about her mouth after reading the tasteless remarks.

She was reassured by other Twitter users that she had no reason to feel insecure because she had nothing wrong in the first place.

In response to the support she received, she expressed her gratitude for the positive comments and informed them that she will be taking legal action.

If you or someone you know may be at risk or has experienced sexual abuse or assault, please reach out to these Malaysian organisations:

1. WOMEN'S AID ORGANISATION (WAO)
Operating hours: 24-hour
Contact: +603-30008858
SMS/WhatsApp: +6018-9888058
Website | Facebook | Twitter

2. ALL WOMEN'S ACTION SOCIETY (AWAM)
Operating hours: Monday to Friday (9.30am - 5.30pm)
Contact: +603-78770224
WhatsApp/Telegram: +6016-2284221 | +6016-2374221
Email: [email protected]
Website | Facebook | Twitter

3. WOMEN'S CENTRE FOR CHANGE PENANG (WCC PENANG)
Operating hours: Monday to Friday (9am - 5pm)
Contact: +604-2280342 | +604-3988340
WhatsApp: +6011-31084001 | +6016-4180342
Email: [email protected]
Website | Facebook | Twitter

4. SARAWAK WOMEN FOR WOMEN SOCIETY (SWWS)
Operating hours: Monday (7pm - 9pm),Tuesday to Thursday (9.30am - 11.30am), Saturday (2pm - 4pm)
Contact: +6082-368853
SMS/WhatsApp: +6016-5822660 | +6013-8044285
Email: [email protected]
Website | Facebook | Twitter

5. SABAH WOMEN'S ACTION-RESOURCE GROUP (SAWO)
Operating hours: Monday to Friday (9am - 5pm)
Contact: +6088-280200 | +6011-27908020
Email: [email protected]
Website | Facebook | Twitter

6. PROTECT AND SAVE THE CHILDREN (PS THE CHILDREN)
Operating hours: Monday to Friday (3pm - 12am)
WhatsApp: +6016-7213065
Email: [email protected]
Website | Facebook | Twitter

7. INTERNET WATCH FOUNDATION (IWF)
Anonymously and confidentially report child sexual abuse content and non-photographic child sexual abuse images with IWF's Reporting Portal.

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