Online Selling? Student Sells Malicious Photo To Keep Up w/ Online Classes

Student online selling her photos to earn for their online classes.

ONLINE SELLING – Netizen exposed conversation with a student selling her malicious photos so that she could keep up with her online classes.

Due to COVID-19, the areas in the country were put in classified community quarantine so as to contain the spread of the virus. And among the most affected sector is the educational system in the country. To recall, it was March since the classes got suspended.

Online Selling
Photo Source: CNN Philippines

Although enrollment of students was done online, the number of those who enrolled dramatically decreased. Department of Education Secretary Leonor Briones announced that classes to be opened on August 24 will be pushed through.

In a previous article, President Duterte has allowed limited face-to-face classes in MGCQ areas which will be conducted once or twice a week. DepEd is preparing distance learning approach. The limited face-to-face set up is to solve the “equity problems” of online classes as not all students have access to this.

And since not all students have access for online classes, one netizen exposed his encounter with one female student in Omegle. In order to keep up with the requirements, the female student offered her “nude” photos in exchange for money.

Accordingly, several have already resorted to this and this is getting alarming. The post on Twitter added, “The level of desensitization deped officials have to turn a blind eye to the cries of the students.”

Here are some of the comments from the post:

Nakakainis lang isipin na hindi accessible lahat sa online classes, tapos hindi man lang nila naiisip ang magiging epekto nito sa atin–naiinis ako sa gobyerno.

Manhid na yung deped sa opinions and criticisms of the masses. I doubt they’ll empathize with us.

i cant help but be angry of the government,,,, online classes are anti-poor and unfair i said what i said


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