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Twitter user roast guys in hilarious way after they send homophobic DMs

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The #LforLove campaign wants to show that lesbians are ‘normal’ people not to be over-sexualized. | Photo: Twitter via @AditiMPride

A lesbian in India has shared her hilarious responses to homophobic private messages she gets on social media.

Aditi is ‘a proud lesbian’ who started sharing screenshots of the offensive DMs she gets but also her hilarious replies to them, along with a photo of two women.

‘Do you want to be a star in a porn film,’ one Twitter user asked Aditi M.

‘No thanks. We’re already stars,’ she clapped back.

The messages came through to Aditi on the social media network, Sarahah. The network allows people to provide anonymous feedback to anyone on the network. In Arabic sarahah means, frankness or honesty.

Aditi’s hilarious responses sprung from an Indian campaign to promote a greater understanding of lesbians.

Organization, Love Matters, started the #LforLove campaign which features a photo series of lesbians in everyday contexts.

The idea behind the campaign was to reduce the over-sexualized images of lesbians in Indian media and show they were ‘normal’ like all other people.

Love Matters answered the most commonly asked 30 questions about lesbian on Sarahah.

‘The perception of lesbians in our society is coloured, in that it only consists of pornographic or sexual renditions. The idea behind this campaign was to change the imagery,’ said #LforLove’s curator, Burzin Mehta.

Aditi joined in on the action using photos from the campaign to respond to messages she received on Sarahah.

Read some of her hilarious responses here:

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