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According to UN Human Rights Office, Jenni Hermoso’s stance on kissing could be a “turning point.”

According to the United Nations, everyone has a responsibility to “call out and challenge” sexual harassment and abuse.

Rubiales strongly denies Hermoso’s claim that the kiss on her lips following Spain’s Women’s World Cup final victory was consensual.

Rubiales has been chastised for his actions, but he has refused to retire.

He has taken this attitude despite being barred from all football activity for 90 days by the world governing organization Fifa.

“Women in sport continue to face sexual harassment and abuse – every one of us has the responsibility to call out and challenge such abuse,” the United Nations said on X, formerly Twitter.

“We join Jenni Hermoso of Spain and all those working to end abuse and sexism in sports.” Make this a watershed moment.”

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The message was shared on the UN Human Rights Council’s official Twitter account, which has four million followers. The message also includes the X handle of UN human rights commissioner Volker Turk, as well as the hashtag #SeAcabo, which translates as ‘It’s over’ and has been extensively used by Hermoso fans.

Prosecutors in Spain have launched a preliminary investigation to determine whether the occurrence constitutes a sexual assault offence.


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