Despite having an intersex protagonist,'Shakti' is stereotypical saas-bahu soap and steers clear of actual problems faced by the community.
Dear White People is centred on the lives of a minority group of black students navigating racial and other forms of discrimination in a predominantly white university.
Doctor Who finally cast a woman as the Doctor after 54 years of male leads. It is so important, because representation matters!
The Game of Thrones is now being battled predominantly between women. How far have the Westerosi women come since Season 1?
Why do corporations that have nothing to do with body image use fat shaming as their motif for advertisement? The answer is that is works.
While Mom gets some things right in its sensitive handling of rape scenes, it reverts to some damaging tropes of rape survivor as helpless victim.
Although Kunal Kapoor appears to empathise with sex workers in his slam poem, he reverts to damaging stereotypes that strip them of autonomy.
Wonder Woman is perhaps the most relatable big screen superherione I’ve come across, off-setting years of unidimensional female leads.
Chick flicks have created spaces for certain characters to exist, a space that has been denied to them both in literature and screen.
From bulging breasts to super slim waists, the depiction of super heroines and female super villains in comic books is unrealistic to say the least! It is demeaning that women have to be shown in such a way to attract men's attention.