The ad, which has gone viral with over 2.5 million views, begins with various news reports on the #MeToo movement and gradually moves on to feature sexism in films, violence between boys, harassment in the workplace, bullying, each of which is justified by a subtle, "Boys will be boys."
In the video, a woman actor plays a rape victim while the reactions of the people are captured by a hidden camera. While some people were empathetic towards the girl in the video, others were quick to shame her.
The woman, who was initially identified as a Portuguese holidaymaker, was already dead on arrival of paramedics. A friend of the lady later took to social media and described her as a mother of two, who had recently gone to Panama to work as a teacher.
An officer used the taser on the woman when she didn't obey an order commands to drop the knife in her hand. However, the woman's relatives said said she doesn't speak English and was merely cutting dandelions with a kitchen knife near her home.
The 28-year old woman in Tamil Nadu's Tirupur gave birth to a healthy baby but lost consciousness later. The mother and child were rushed to hospital post the delivery but doctors declared her brought dead. She died due to excessive bleeding.
The New York-based freelance stylist and events manager wrote that she was travelling with three children and was not allowed a change of seat until "thirty minutes before landing" the next day and after complaining twice.
Alessio Mamo's photo series highlighting hunger in India consists of visibly malnourished people with their hands covering their faces in front of, what Mamo explained, was a table that he brought "and some fake food".