Bigg Boss 10 was a hotbed of body-shaming, slut-shaming, and objectification. Onscreen Misogyny has very real consequences on social psyche.
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.
We have been desensitised and dehumanised to an extent that we do not acknowledge rape for what it is, anymore. We acknowledge rape cases for their associations and repercussions.
The irresponsible media reportage on a 'lesbian marriage' in Bengaluru led to their identities being outed & one woman fired from her job.
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.
The unethical coverage of the Malayalam actor's rape has violated the law and exposed the misogyny in reporting sexual violence against women.
FII ran a crowdsourced art campaign to create new stock images for the media to use when covering incidents of gender-based violence.
Indian ads, why art thou so sexist?
When it comes to reporting about sportswomen, media representation also reflects the sexist and discriminatory nature of society.
The BBC report discards B.P. Dakshayani efforts to make the space mission a success and emphasises more on her family background, childcare, and cooking.