“Tell the soldiers. There’s a new order coming from mayor. We won’t kill you. We will just shoot your vagina” is the order that women have been asked to not take literally.
In an open letter to Padmaavat director Sanjay Leela Bhansali, actor Swara Bhaskar decries glorification of Sati and Jauhar which deny women the right to live.
The annual fundraising gala, which has now been disbanded, represents the kind of overt misogyny that women experience everywhere.
Not only did the campaign address the fact that sexual harassment is an everyday occurrence for women, it also shifted the narrative away from the issue being purely a law and order problem.
Five years after a major sexism scandal, Silicon Valley’s misogynist culture remains strong and pervasive. Is it too late to save the US tech industry?
The recent issue of Krishi Samvad, a supplement of the monthly state government magazine Haryana Samvad, carried a photograph of a veiled woman, describing it as the “identity of the state”.
Indian advertisements are not only challenging sexism but are also reversing the normative gender roles that Indian families usually take for granted.
Comments like ‘little girl needs to keep to herself before daddy breaks her face’ get a free pass in the name of free speech.
In the forty-eighth episode of Jan Gan Man Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about crudeness in political discourse and misogyny in Indian politics.
A “whole bunch of women” want to see Trump in office to show that all this “nonsense discussion about sex is not the issue of the day”.
Even though women are rising up the political ladder, a culture of misogyny and objectification continues to plague their political careers.