The Me Too movement helped women garner the courage to break free from the whisper networks and talk about their harassers in public. Some stories went as far as court cases, others ended up on our Twitter timelines. But there are still more unheard voices. Tune in as The Quint journalists speak to two survivors of sexual harassment at the workplace. These two women who worked in the same organisation were sexually harassed by the same man, the managing director of the company. The decisions they took independently to tackle their harassers changed their lives forever.
When the sexual predator is a woman?
The media sphere is abuzz with so much news and stories about women who have fallen prey to men. Men are the abusers, the haters, the ones who perpetrate the crimes against women. But, what about women who perpetrate crimes against men and other women? I may be castigated for asking this question, but, here is my story.
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