The PadMan challenge reduces the problem of menstruation taboos to something exceedingly simple that can be solved with a few pictures.
Holi songs reflect a disturbing rape culture where men are portrayed as deriving pleasure from harassment and women from being harassed.
Standing up is when we all, as a society, take down an assaulter who is bred amongst us.
BMW India's ad about their Gesture Control feature also announces how they like their women – beautiful, silent, and under a man's control.
Femvertising is trend of corporates employing feminist ideals in order to sell products – except that they get it wrong most of the time.
Men's underwear ads portray women as carnal creatures who need merely a trigger (the right underwear) to grant sexual access to their bodies.
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.
It is important to reflect on the marketing strategies of so-called feminist films whose aim is to ultimately sell the films themselves.
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 gendering of food happens because the media encourages the assumption that women are supposed to be intuitively good at cooking, and moreover they have to do it to primarily serve others.