Four NTU students have launched ‘What’s the Big Deal’, a campaign that tackles the normalisation of sexual harassment on dating apps. According to TODAYonline, the group came up with the idea for their campaign after they realised that many of their friends receiving unsolicited photos or sexualised comments on dating apps, which were acts of sexual harassment. Their campaign, which began in January, involved the team conducting interviews with users of dating apps. Shockingly, the results show that many considered sexual harassment a “rite of passage” on the apps. In attempting to correct such mindsets, the four have set up an Instagram page, wtbd.sg, with posts to educate the community about identifying sexual harassment on dating apps and avenues where they can seek help.