'My ID is Gangnam Beauty' does not dismiss the beauty industry. The focus is on choice and self-love. If self-love is to be achieved through medical interference, it is considered perfectly alright.
‘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.
Brown Girls puts forth the absolute necessity of intersectional female solidarity in faces of distress and otherwise.
Wonder Woman is perhaps the most relatable big screen superherione I’ve come across, off-setting years of unidimensional female leads.
The Perfection isn’t your regular rape-revenge drama, in that it is much more disturbing and terrible than can be imagined.
Do Saal Ki Aurat was an all-cliche fest complete with an all-sacrificing woman struggling to only protect the men in her life.
Rock music found resonance with me as I found it to be aggressive and it was my means to question the world.
Korea's first openly gay k-pop idol, Holland, shatters the heteronormative K-pop industry and uses his music to address the violence faced by the sexual minorities.
Scarlett Johansson doesn't understand how her playing a transgender man in a biopic about his life is ethically and morally wrong.
The makers of 13 Reasons Why need to stop pretending that they are initiating a dialogue on mental health, or that the show is socially 'woke'.