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The founder of Thinx 'period underwear' is being sued for sexual harassment.

The founder of Thinx 'period underwear' is being sued for sexual harassment.

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Miki Agrawal, co-founder and self-proclaimed "SHE-EO" of Thinx "period panties," is being sued by former employees for sexual harassment.

Thinx is a "for women by women" company that manufactures ultra-absorbent "period underwear" which can hold the same amount of blood as two tampons (depending on style), and have been lauded by women and trans men as a great alternative to pads, tampons and menstrual cups. From the feminist imagery used in its advertising to its global initiative to help women around the world, Thinx prides itself on being progressive both in its business practices as well as the products it manufactures.

However, recent allegations of rampant misconduct, abuse and hypocrisy from former employees against Agrawal appear to be telling a much different story of what happens behind the scenes at Thinx that directly contradicts its "female empowerment" brand message.

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