HumourDecember 17, 2018

Webcomic | Some of our favourite Sanitary Panels

Comic strips on manels, gender stereotypes and #NotAllMen.
2019-05-14 00:00:00 India Development Review Webcomic | Some of our favourite Sanitary Panels
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Rachita Taneja‘s Sanitary Panels is political and social commentary, feminism, social justice, and satire all wrapped up in stick figure comic strips. When it comes to the development sector, here are some of the ones we found to be relatable, relevant, and of course, extremely amusing.

1. #NotAllMen

Sanitary Panels

2. Gender Stereotypes


3. And finally, because it is conference season

Sanitary Panels

To read more comics like these, check out Sanitary Panels.

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