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In India, gender inequalities have deleterious effects on reproductive health outcomes amongst women and girls. They often lead to limited access to reproductive healthcare for women, and increased sexually transmitted infections for both men and women This study used an interactive storytelling game as a qualitative data collection approach to learn about adolescents’ experiences and societal norms regarding gender. Findings of this study suggest a need for interventions focused on improving gender attitudes among adolescents, fostering parent–child communication, and strengthening the policy response to girls’ harassment. These findings could be useful for implementers while designing adolescent health programs. Click here to read the findings.