Respectfully Disagree: When Is It Ethical to Stand By a Friend or Family Member Accused of Sexual Harassment?


Nov 15, 2019


Respectfully Disagree is The Swaddle Team’s very own podcast series, in which we get together weekly to discuss and dissect the issues we passionately differ on.

From Hillary Clinton to Mallika Dua, many women have stuck by family members when serious claims of sexual harassment have been made against them. In this episode, we talk about the complexities of standing by a friend or family member who has been accused of sexual harassment.


Written By Rajvi Desai

Rajvi Desai is The Swaddle’s Culture Editor. After graduating from NYU as a Journalism and Politics major, she covered breaking news and politics in New York City, and dabbled in design and entertainment journalism. Back in the homeland, she’s interested in tackling beauty, sports, politics and human rights in her gender-focused writing, while also co-managing The Swaddle Team’s podcast, Respectfully Disagree.


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