Recently Vogue India has come up with an amazing mission of creating short videos to spread awareness on women empowerment, which is often being hashtagged...
One needs to direct less laughter at women and more by women. Female comedians introduce the woman's perspective in India's comedy arena.
Scarlett Johansson doesn't understand how her playing a transgender man in a biopic about his life is ethically and morally wrong.
Thor: Ragnarok attempts to stand out from the rest of the films in the MCU by better representation of its female characters.
Despite having an intersex protagonist,'Shakti' is stereotypical saas-bahu soap and steers clear of actual problems faced by the community.
Nanette is so many things at once that it would be unjust to simply say this it is the story of a queer woman. But at its heart it is a narrative of sorrow, shame, empathy and most importantly strength.
Fifteen years ago, with its last episode, Sex and the City gave a whole new definition to female solidarity. While the underlying flaws in the series cannot be overlooked, it can also not be denied that the show has been an integral part of the popular culture.
With a simple and predictable storyline, Patiala Babes portrays a refreshing, entertaining, and also an impactful take on women bonding with each other to survive patriarchy.
The 12th episode of Koffee with Karan shows how toxic masculinity, privileged talk, misogyny, sexism, and ignorance is highly normalised in India and Hardik Pandya has become the epitome of it.
‘Stories by Rabindranath Tagore’ is a television series based on the novels and short stories of the Nobel Laureate, Rabindranath Tagore. All of the women created by Tagore have one thing in common – their rejection of the subordinate status of women in Bengali society.