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British student Kaya Eldridge, who was unfairly cross-examined on her character and lifestyle in an Indian court room during the trial of a man who sexually assaulted her, contacted us to ask that we support her petition to ensure Indian courts uphold a 2002 amendment protecting victims from this kind of unfair questioning.

Kaya was asked whether she dranked alcohol, socialised with men and even how often she took a shower:

“My experience in court was intensely humiliating. It was not physically painful as sexual assault, but I was just as frightened and I was just as humiliated.”

You can sign the petition here.