8 Highly Sexist Remarks Made Against Indian Men Recently


While sexist remarks against women has been the order of the day, the new trend is to stereotype men and brand every single man as a sexual offender.

Here are 8 highly sexist remarks made by renowned personalities against men in recent times.

When Gujarat CM, Anandiben Patel tried being a little funny

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Source: Daily Bhaskar

We wonder what would Gul Panag say if Delhi women were being stereotyped

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Source: Indian Express


A new discovery by Maneka Gandhi – the Minister for Women and Child Development 

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Source: Times of India

Nandita Das’ remarks in an interview to the Times of India made her a butt of jokes at least on Twitter

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Source: Deccan Herald

And here comes some words of wisdom from former Minister of Women and Child Development, Renuka Chowdhary

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Source: Reuters 

When Sagarika Ghose was getting bored at Bangkok Airport, she decided to analyze Indian Men

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Source: Storify

And then they say, “Do not stereotype.”

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Let’s stand for true gender equality, that generalises neither men nor women!



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