Comic: How a year of #MeToo India affected men

Published: Oct 1, 2019 05:07:35 PM IST
Updated: Oct 1, 2019 05:18:19 PM IST

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Sanitary Panels, created by Rachita Taneja, is a feminist webcomic that comments on business, society, culture and politics.
Disclaimer: Views and opinions expressed are those of the creator alone, and do not reflect those held by Forbes India.

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  • Vasanthi Rajiv

    It\'s really sad that India which s always boasting of women goddesses is so silent on such an important issue. By not reacting the right way we lost a chance to show the world that we don\'t always follow the west blindly...for a change we cudda taken the lead but brrr

    on Oct 2, 2019
  • Milind Kashyap

    Very accurate. All those men who were falsely harassed and extorted from in a movement where women had rights to come out anonymously on social media referring to events that may have occurred even ten years in the past rather than going to the appropriate officials about the harassment really need to lay low for the time that their reputation, dignity and social standing were tainted. Very nice.

    on Oct 3, 2019
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