The #NotAllMen video by AskMen India coddles men and make them seem like they are not mature enough to understand the complexity of the situation.
The PadMan challenge reduces the problem of menstruation taboos to something exceedingly simple that can be solved with a few pictures.
This repeated use of the mother figure in advertisements forces a moral obligation over real-life mothers who apparently don't possess supernatural skills like that of the multi-tasking ad-mother.
It is important to reflect on the marketing strategies of so-called feminist films whose aim is to ultimately sell the films themselves.
The ScoopWhoop video features frightful responses to marital rape and it is a cringe-worthy example of irresponsible, lazy journalism.
Responsible, ethical reporting of violence against women with disabilities, demand greater understanding of the broader context, empathy and willingness to report without creating ripples of sensations.
This heinous practice of medical examination is a barbaric practice that has no place in a case of rape or sexual assault, whatsoever.
When it comes to reporting about sportswomen, media representation also reflects the sexist and discriminatory nature of society.
The author cites the culture of silence that perpetuates harassment but does not address his open letter to Bollywood actors.
Discrediting social media activism is a knee-jerk reaction to change the narrative, and to control the victims/survivor's articulation.