It’s My Home, I’ll Help Fix It – Facebook Post on Mumbai’s Red Light District

In Facebook one post from a Girl 20 year old goes viral, Who spent her childhood in Mumbai a Red light district, it was shared by 2000+ people in an hour of being posted. it was posted around 7 pm. “I’ve grown up in a red-light area, surrounded by the flesh trade all my life. At 12, I’ve been asked for my “rate” and cried myself to sleep because I didn’t understand. But you want to know what’s worse? It’s that the men who came to ask would all be from the “upper class” as you call it with shiny cars and the perception that they could “buy” anything.” Kranti NGO

My home is a red-light district:

But a Mother will treat every child, They’ve taken care of me when my mother would have to go work at a factory nearby and treated with me so much love and kindness, but I still grew up with a very low self-esteem because of my dark colour. I don’t know why you have to be fair to be beautiful… And because I’m dark I’ve always been called ugly. Once my 12th standard ended, I decided to make a change. I told the people at my municipal school that I wanted to study, learn English and make something of myself. she wrote in the post on the Facebook page of Humans Of Bombay, That’s when I went to an organisation called Kranti.

Kranti NGO in Mumbai:

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