THE PAT­TERNS ARE THE SAME - THE ONE IN A PO­SI­TION OF STRENGTH IS STRONGER AND UN­DUE PRES­SURE IS EX­ER­CISED ON THOSE NOT IN A PO­SI­TION

The Brand Reporter - - POINTS OF VIEW - ANITA NAYYAR, chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer, Havas Me­dia, In­dia and South­east Asia

of strength. Women have al­ways been pro­jected as the weaker sec­tion and hence, more vul­ner­a­ble. But to­day the weaker sec­tion is ap­pear­ing as stronger as they have found their voice and the guts to come out in the open. I hope things change. What has al­ready changed is - women have found their voice and are com­ing out in the open fear­lessly. It is a great be­gin­ning and the mo­men­tum is catch­ing on. It is in our in­ter­est not to take any non­sense from any­one. #Me­too move­ment is lead­ing to change, where #NoMean­sNo.

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