Mumbai, Nov 15: An alleged sex racket was busted in Kurla’s Nehru Nagar area on Tuesday.
Police rescued three women and arrested two female agents for allegedly running the sex racket, reported news agency ANI.
The museum's collection includes a visual display of the reproductive process, safe sex props and several full-blown images of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
In addition, 20 sculptures form part of the exhibition that educates visitors about the human form, sexual intercourse and AIDS.
The number of rape cases have reportedly only increased in the last few years, and the rise has been the sharpest in Maharashtra.
Undoubtedly, a significant number of these victims will be children, who are soft targets.
Self-sabotage, inability to perform, and a tendency to withdraw are only a handful of the harrowing after-effects that survivors of CSA go through.
One would imagine that a city as prosperous and urbane as Mumbai would be better equipped to help these individuals to lead a more adjusted life, but this is far from the truth.
According to sources, the police team has rescued five girlsincluding two Manipuri girls and arrested three people, includingtwo customers, in this connection."Acting on the reliable information, a raid was conducted at the Thai Rich Spa shop in Meera Tower and we found five girls includingtwo Manipuri girls who were involved in sexually inappropriate actswith two male customers inside the spa," they said."During the raid and investigation into entry and exit records ofthe customers, we discovered that a few customers had been makingregular visits to the Spa so as to perform illegal activities,"sources said.
"There has been an increase in legislation in this space.
We need to remember that reporting cases is still the the tip of the ice berg," asserted Rajeshwari.
The hotel was reportedly owned by Ranjana Patil, wife of BJP corporator Nitin Patil.
The Antarang – Sex Health Information Art Gallery, also known as the Antarang Museum, dedicated to educating the young and old about the human body, sexuality and AIDS, is the only museum of its kind in South Asia.