Index hide2 One in three young people surveyed does not believe that controlling their partner is gender violence.
More than 80% of young people say they know or have known some act of violence in couples.
One in three young people surveyed does not believe that controlling their partner is gender violence.
Digitization takes so much force in the era of millennials, centennials and alphas that even the activism that these generations champion has become a potential space in the diffusion of social networks, so finding, pointing out, giving an opinion and even denouncing social problems from the other side of a screen is a regular practice, well Nowadays Internet users generate debate in each video, reel, photo or publication they see… as happened recently with the revelation of a tiktoker and her couple rules that made more than one reconsider the famous “red flags” of toxic relationships, leading TikTok entertainment to a psychological and sociological discussion.
However, just as digital platforms bring us closer to stories from all over the world and make us understand their rhythm of life, values, thinking and human interaction, they also help us focus on the impact they have on our society, alerting people to actions. avoid or follow on an emotional and mental health level.
And it is that this topic is increasingly important, since experts consider that it is thanks to technology that we can understand even more social problems such as emotional dependence and the lack of sexual education of the population, since it is thanks to the information expansion of the internet that we can break with the idealized models of love and break with situations of violence.
According to the FAD “Adolescence and Youth” study, some factors of the “toxic couple” can be identified in certain restrictive or limiting behaviors, such as controlling the partner’s schedules and messages, inhibiting spending more time with other people outside the relationship or underestimate the emotions of the other.
However, for experts in psychology and sociology, this type of relationship is so normalized that one in three young people surveyed does not believe that controlling their partner is gender violence, according to a UOC survey reflected in the study “Social Perception of gender violence”.
Debate ‘toxic’ rules of tiktoker couple
Jaden and Andy McGreg They are a couple from Texas who begin to generate virality with controversy due to their strict way of life and the way in which they keep the spark of their marriage “alive”, since their “rules” at home have caused various criticisms and doubts among users of TikTok.
These young people decided to forbid themselves a list of things to make their marriage work, which has made their names in the digital conversation on more than one occasion. through the account @jadenandandyyoung people have begun to share peculiarities that have made them the target of criticism.
“It’s just things that work for us at our current stage of life”Jaden has said more than once in response to those who consider their relationship a living expression of a “toxic couple”.
Do not go out with people of the opposite sex alone and under any circumstances, track their location at all hours of the day until they are at home and access their digital accounts and carry their passwords without any privacy, are some of the rules of their House.
@jadenandandy Replying to @pretty.boy.aj this isn’t abuse lol it’s called marriage #couples #marriage #dating #relationshipgoals #couplesgoals #marriedlife #husband #wife ♬ It’s Corn – Tariq & The Gregory Brothers & Recess Therapy
@jadenandandy Did not realize these would cause such a fuss on tiktok 😂😂 #couples #marriage #dating #relationship #relationshipgoals #couplesgoals #marriedlife #music #viral #us ♬ Come Here Come Here Com Here – SNC
However, without being carried away by what their public tells them, the McGregs are convinced that their rules work.
“We never really sit down and make rules, but it seems that’s how people have interpreted it,” recognized.
Although many have seen this story as a sign of a healthy relationship and others as a reflection of a toxic couple, the reality is that everyone agrees that expressing limits and agreeing with them when expressing interests is important, but it is even more so to demonstrate consent.
This since UN Women and Inmujeres reveal that, at least in Mexico, almost three quarters of women have been victims of some type of violence and in 4 out of 10 cases their partner was the aggressor, in addition to the fact that close to 13 million women assure that they have been intimidated or persecuted by their boyfriends, husbands, concubines or intimate partners and close to 10 million have suffered humiliation.
In a social context like this, it’s understandable that stories like this quickly go viral and spark conversation.
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