#MeToo: It’s Time For the Shy, “Sensitive” Men to Speak Up

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#MeToo: It’s Time For the Shy, “Sensitive” Men to Speak Up

Illustration: Akshita Monga/Arré

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rowing up in Mumbai in the late ’90s-early noughties with all its rap music, Neal ’n’ Nikkis, and Entourages, toxic masculinity was mainstream. Sex education came from 50 Cent videos, and ideas on how to approach women came from Bollywood. Almost everyone knew that men spoke a certain way when women weren’t around.

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