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    TikTok Trend: "National Rape Day" (April 24)

    April 24 TikTok Trend has recently been viral, and all for the wrong purposes, as a group of men have engaged the platform to promot doing unspeakable things against others and wants such acts to be documented on social media. Initially, six men have promoted the "National Rape Day" on April 24, and it has gained a massive buzz on different platforms.



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    Rape and sexual assault, even as a joke, is not something to be taken lightly or normalized as it promotes a culture of abuse against the opposite or same-sex. Additionally, harassment also falls on this and is not something that should be made into a holiday nor celebrated by anyone, despite having different inclinations or cultures.

    According to KTBS, users have seen six men on TikTok that have posted videos about inviting people to perform or engage in unspeakable acts that cause harm to another, particularly towards women. The video has generated massive reactions, shares, and likes before its original users have deleted it, causing a ton of reactions against it.

    April 24 TikTok Trend: What Is It?

    Twitter users have been sharing their insights via the short word social media about the recently trending move promoted via the short video platform, TikTok. There were six men on TikTok that has created an "April 24" video that promotes people to perform acts of rape and sexual assault against women, and the like, on Saturday, April 24.


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    Of four girls that I knew who got raped by either a stranger or on a date, the three perps were nonwhite, near the same of Denmark's statistics for non-Danish rapes. Rape is much about control and domination so it can explain some of the higher risks of dating foreigners and other ethnics that could end in violence. Probably half of these girls and young women will turn to drugs to cope with the trauma. Some rapists film their acts now and try to post on media sites as a form of shaming the victim, like in a few Muslim and Black cases.

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