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.
These progressive Disney princesses have moved away from avatars of old-fashioned, submissive women and are independent, strong and diverse.
One Day at a Time was cancelled after three glorious seasons. I, like everyone else on the internet, couldn’t be more annoyed about it.
One abusive man, some more foolish men, strong mothers, cute children, beautiful locales, luxurious cars, great music, fake-toothed Meryl Streep and a big fat lie—these aspects pretty much sum up Big Little Lies on HBO.
Social media has allowed women to combat the negative and harmful ways in which menstruation has been depicted in films and popular media.
I am waiting for the day when a feminist stand-up comedian owns up to the tag, and makes money in the process. The laughs will follow.
Nikita Sharma, better known as Star Nick, participated in MTV Hustle, a show wherein various talented individuals compete to determine the best rapper amongst them.
Dove's patronizing message of body positivity is something that literally no woman needed in her body wash bottles.
With four very different females in the lead roles, Four More Shots Please tries to provide a glimpse into the life of a modern, urban, upper class, upper caste, privileged woman in India.
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.