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Sexual intercourse with someone you totally despise is known as "Hate sex." Such occurrences frequently leave one side with lifelong scarring. In several circumstances, such incidents result in serious felonies.

By- Khushi Bisht

An audiotape from the chat application 'Clubhouse' has been circulating on various social media platforms lately, in which so-called 'woke' liberals can be heard promoting and making disrespectful statements about women, particularly those who adhered to and support the Hindutva philosophy.

The conversation, which took place on the Clubhouse app in a session named "sex with your ex" on the topic "Do you only date hot people," went viral on June 9.

One speaker, identified as Neeraj Kadamboor, can be heard making nasty remarks about "Sanghi" women who have opposing political views to his own. He described "sanghis" as "hot" and claimed he would like to have sex with them.

Aishwarya Subramanyam, a former India Today journalist, was one of those engaged in the entire session. When she questioned Neeraj if he just dates hot individuals, he replied he dates all kinds of people, though, on dating apps, he does occasionally crave these super hot Sanghi types, just for fun.

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At the very moment, when one of the female speakers named Varshita weighed in, arguing that "Sanghis are not hot," Neeraj Kadamboor responded by saying that he'd want to have "hate sex" with Sanghis.

Sexual intercourse with someone you totally despise is known as "Hate sex." Such occurrences frequently leave one side with lifelong scarring. In several circumstances, such incidents result in serious felonies.

Following that, another member of the group, named Keshav joins in to make yet another derogatory statement against those who backed Hindutva's philosophy. "I feel like Sanghis are people…like initially India was not too well off and opportunities did not come easy, so Sanghis were people who were hireable by…," Keshav said.

These extremely disturbing, offensive remarks by so-called liberals and influencers indicate that they are as phony as their actions. They publicly asked that Hindu females be targeted simply because their ideologies do not align with theirs.

Squineon, a Twitter user who uploaded the recording, described it as "sex jihad" and urged harsh punishment for the participants of the room.

Aside from the aforementioned individuals, other people in the room who identify themselves as influencers, liberals, and feminists included Kusha Kapila, Janice Sequeira, Ankush Bahuguna, Santu Misra, and many others. While members in their ClubHouse room continued to make heinous insults, these so-called feminists and influencers, gleefully reveled in the sexist slurs made against 'Sanghis.'

They demonstrated no intention of keeping the talk polite or preventing members from making inappropriate crude remarks about women. Instead, they laughed and applauded the remarks in which Hindus were reduced to a simple object of sexual desire.

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Subsequently, the defense escalated and claimed that Neeraj was discussing 'gay sex,' and that because he was homosexual himself, he was entitled to do so. However, they should keep in mind that no one deserves to be physically and emotionally insulted because of their political beliefs.

After the backlash, Aishwarya Subramanyam took to Instagram to justify "Hate sex." She also took to Twitter to support and defend Neeraj claiming that he is gay and that homosexual people need to be protected.

This audiotape reveals the so-called influencers' incredibly low mindset and strong animosity towards anybody proud of their Hindu heritage.


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