“We don’t know who’s watching, who’s waiting for us.”
A country 614 million-women-strong with 636 million of its total population without safe sanitation. Guess who loses? Women, and girls across all ages.
A country that has more mobile phones than toilets with increasing instances of sexual assault/harassment to use/access basic human needs.
Does a woman despite her class/caste/status not have the least human right to dignity and safe sanitation on an everyday basis? And most importantly, should women across the country and the world not assert this human right?
Why are women afraid to pee outside? Often holding their bladder for unto 13 hours on an average, risking themselves to infections only to save themselves from embarrassment? When did such a basic human bodily function become shameful and a social taboo?
If you won’t ask, you won’t know. If you won’t raise your voice, you won’t be heard. Lets #ASKTOPEE because you have the #rightopee without fear or shame.
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Director: Sumit Verma
D.O.P.: Pratik Raul
Editors: Sumit Verma/ Twish Mukherjee