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Radhika Apte lends her support to 'OMH', an initiative started by young girls

Radhika Apte took to her social media to support an initiative lead by young girls which addresses the guilt, shame and taboo associated with female fantasy.

Radhika Apte took to her social media to support an initiative lead by young girls which addresses the guilt, shame and taboo associated with female fantasy.
In This Image: Radhika Apte
From urging women to talk about female fantasies to creating awareness, this initiative called OMH (Oh My Hrithik) intends to highlight the medical, psychological and social aspects related to the act.
 

Radhika, who came across this page decided to lend her support by sharing a video which talks about her first fantasy and how we should be able to talk about our fantasies openly.

Radhika, who came across this page decided to lend her support by sharing a video which talks about her first fantasy and how we should be able to talk about our fantasies openly.
In This Image: Radhika Apte
The official account of OMH took to their Instagram sharing Radhika's video captioning, "Thank you @radhikaofficial for sharing your first fantasy with us! We totally swear by what you said! There's nothing to be ashamed of!".

The girls chose the name of Hrithik Roshan because he is undeniably the most desired man, also to keep it relevant they named the initiative Oh my Hrithik.

The girls chose the name of Hrithik Roshan because he is undeniably the most desired man, also to keep it relevant they named the initiative Oh my Hrithik.
In This Image: Radhika Apte
The purpose of this initiative is to talk about self-love without shame but be confident about it and talk about our body, pleasure, fantasies and experiences, without feeling guilty, cheap or loose and the only way to do it is to talk about it. Oh My Hrithik, commonly known as OMH is a User Generated Content platform started by six 19-year-old young girls on 6th March. The campaign aims to eradicate the stigma attached to female fantasies and masturbation, making it a normal topic to talk about.