The article explores the harrowing experiences of female delivery drivers in Mexico, shedding light on the pervasive issues of chlorine attacks and daily harassment they face. The female delivery drivers, exemplified by the case of Berline Augustin, are organizing in response to the alarming frequency of misogynistic aggression. The absence of meaningful support from companies adds to the challenges these women encounter while performing their jobs. The piece delves into the broader context of gender discrimination, the need for non-judicial remedies, and the racial, ethnic, and caste dimensions of the problem.

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