Why it’s not okay to use rainbow/pride photographs for every news piece on LGBTQIA+ issues are some of the thing one should keep in mind while reporting on queer rights.
While heavy media reportage of the Rohtak gang rape is necessary, sensationalist headlines and victim-blaming language used by media is not.
A man stabs a woman, but the media and the police is more interested in casting aspersions about her character and employment status.
Men's underwear ads portray women as carnal creatures who need merely a trigger (the right underwear) to grant sexual access to their bodies.
A former senior executive of ScoopWhoop Media Pvt Ltd. has accused co-founder Suparn Pandey of sexual harassment and sexual assault over a span of almost two years.
Holi songs reflect a disturbing rape culture where men are portrayed as deriving pleasure from harassment and women from being harassed.
The unethical coverage of the Malayalam actor's rape has violated the law and exposed the misogyny in reporting sexual violence against women.
Bigg Boss 10 was a hotbed of body-shaming, slut-shaming, and objectification. Onscreen Misogyny has very real consequences on social psyche.
The incidents of mass molestation of women in Bengaluru and Karachi are a reminder that there's something seriously wrong with how we are raising our boys in South Asia.
The advertising world feeds and profits on insecurity, especially that of women, the collateral damage it entails not being accounted for. Not only does it capitalizes on these insecurities, but adds to them by setting unrealistic beauty ideals to which we must conform or at least die trying.