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This Man Understands Women On A Level Most Men Never Even Dream Of

Some men get their wives flowers and chocolates. For his, Arunachalam Muruganantham designed affordable and hygienic sanitary napkins after finding out that every month she had to choose between pads or groceries [0:31] for her family.

At 2:02 he talks about the difficulties of finding a woman who would volunteer to be his test subject, at 3:19 he jokes about how his solution was like landing on the moon, at 3:50 ladies watching this might find themselves cheering and saying "I told you so," at 4:15 he explains the personal and financial problems with pursuing his research, at 4:46 he reveals the result of four years of hard work, and at 6:11 he explains his amazing open-source business plan, how many countries are using his process, and why he's resisted going corporate.


If you have trouble understanding his accent, click the 'cc' button in the bottom right of the video screen for closed captioning.

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