Miss Nepal, is for a beautiful woman but it has many dark secrets. Mrs. Sushmita Regmi, a young teen, is the subject of this lawsuit. She was a teenage girl who aspired to be a model. She participated in Miss Nepal at first, but she was rejected when she was unable to make forward. Following that, she received phone calls from the directors inviting her to participate in a picture session. This is when the horrifying narrative begins.
In 2014, the directors and photographer persuaded her to join another prestigious moniker, Miss Grand International. She consented and participated, and as a result, she was the show’s winner. The following day, the director contacted her at her hotel to congratulate her on her success. She arrived but found no one; she inquired of the director, who said that the celebration begins at 6 p.m. She felt uncouth and asked him if she may go when the wither brought a lemmonate within 5 minutes.
But he scolded her and booked her a hotel so she couldn’t go home. He promised that when guess arrived, he would phone her. When she opened her eyes, she saw the same man, who was naked and had taken her clothing off. Her entire body was covered with blood.
After 6 months of rapping her for blackmailing her, she took a step forward and phoned her idol and requested her to assist him. Miss Malvika was the person she called, but the phony feminist refused to assist her at the moment. Her first and second runners-up also declined to assist her. She was without hope.
Malvika Subba is a beauty queen, actress, television host, social activist, and businesswoman from Nepal. She earned a master’s degree in mass communication and journalism from Pokhara University.
Rape Culture refers to a social climate in which rape is common and sexual violence against women is accepted and justified through the media and popular culture. Rape culture is maintained through using sexist rhetoric, objectifying women’s bodies, and glamorizing sexual assault, resulting in a society that disregards women’s rights and protection.
Every woman is affected by rape culture. The rape of one woman degrades, terrorizes, and restricts all women. Because of the prevalence of rape, most women and girls restrict their conduct. The majority of women and girls live in terror of being raped. Men, on the whole, do not. That is how rape works as a potent tool for keeping the whole female population in a submissive position to men.