A Mumbai College Told Female Students To Not "Dress Like Men" And Women On Twitter Shut. Shit. Down
"When they dress like men, they start thinking or behaving like them. The natural urge to reproduce diminishes." – Principal Swati Deshpande, Government Polytechnic College.
According to a recent Times Of India report, Mumbai's Government Polytechnic College has demarcated a "girls only" section in their canteen to curb sexual harassment.
In addition, the college is also reportedly planning to introduce the salwar kameez as a standard and more "suitable" uniform for female students.
Deshpande also blamed ovarian and reproductive problems on the tendency of women to "dress like men".
"When they dress like men, they start thinking or behaving like them. There is a gender role reversal in their head. Due to this, the natural urge to reproduce diminishes right from a young age and therefore they suffer from problems like Polycystic Ovarian Diseases," Deshpande added.