Books are meant to open up new ways of seeing, but gendered books shackle us into a world in which are forever constrained by stereotypes.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you must have heard the phrase ‘I am not like other girls’ or 'I am not like most girls' somewhere.
The discussion around genderfluidity has thus been so far woefully nonexistent.
Before Bollywood sauntered on to the scene, India discovered gender reversal through ads, Facebook campaigns and web series.
In recent times, there’s been a lot of talk about gender equality in India. Bollywood, web series, advertisements, online campaigns, all have sough to break stereotypes and highlight gender-related issues.
OLX's Aadhe Tere- Aadhe Mere ad is presumably a well-meaning effort, with an emphasis on empowerment through equal division of resources. But that’s where...
Behold, the Bangalore Traffic Police has the solution to all road problems - women stay at home!
Let's talk about yet another commercial rife with regressive clichés about Indian women and their “place”. This one, a part of Mother Dairy’s "Ma Jaisi...
A documentary titled, “I’m Dalit, how are you?” was then screened , highlighting the state of Dalit women, children and men and how they are made to indulge in manual scavenging even till today , despite it being abolished in 1993.
The commercial starts with a woman in her office, thinking of, or rather vividly picturing her daughter asking her "Aaj kya banega?" (What will...