Male students can now files sexual harassment complaints against women in India: Should this have been changed a long time ago?

  • Everyone has a right.

    A lot of times rape goes unreported, the ones who are least likely to report it are males. This is a problem that has been around for a long time, also due to the archaic rape laws around the world. This is a no brainer, if you have been violated you have the right to report the individual who violated you.

  • Yes, people should have a right to live free from sexual harassment regardless of their gender.

    Both genders should be allowed to file sexual harassment complaints. This is an issue regarding one's right to protect themselves from sexual harassment; whether one is male or female is irrelevant. Both males and females can be harassed so both should be allowed to file complaints, in India or any country.

  • Yes, maile students should have had the same rights to protect themselves against sexual harrasment like women have.

    Sexual harassment is wrong, whether the victim is male or female. The stereotype is that only women can be negatively impacted by sexual harassment. In reality, however, both men and women can be equally hurt by unwanted sexual advances. In short, the best solution is to protect the rights of both men and women equally so that they can make complaints against the perpetrator in sexual harassment cases.

  • Yes, for sure

    Yes, sexual harassment can work both ways. Before, men may have felt intimidated to filing a complaint due to social constructs and pressures that made it seem not "manly" to do so. In this day and age, there should be no tolerance for harassment of anybody, no matter what their sex is.

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