Tired of women’s clothing being blamed for rape and molestation, a Mumbai-based photography and videography startup designed a hard-hitting photo series to highlight that it’s not the victim’s clothing that’s responsible.
Sadly, this is not the first time such insensitivity of people on social media has come to light.
Despite our claims of being rational and reasonable thinkers, it seems there’s still a lot of work to do.
Part of the pandemonium is the price a celebrity Bollywood couple is forced to pay. Some of it is, however, plain absurd.
How could the countless people (and one is being hopeful that gender equality exists) charged with assessing the various sensibilities of an ad miss these offensive tonalities?
Japleen Pasricha, in an article, wrote that she has faced this thrice before and her relationship with Facebook hasn’t been great.
India is a land known for its countless religious festivals and rites. Unfortunately, a majority of the rituals are proving to be harmful for the environment.