Sharad Pawar leaves no opportunity to demean Indian women. While delivering a speech in Patna yesterday, he said that the honour of a vote is more important than the honour of a woman. He didn’t stop here. He substantiated his comment by giving an illogical example. “If a daughter’s honour is violated, her neighbourhood and(…)
Popular singer Sona Mohapatra posted on social media how IIT-Bombay, which had invited her to perform at its Mood-Indigo festival, later asked her to get a ‘MAN’ along with her to perform on their stage!
Madonna‘s never been one to shy away from headlines — and she’s been making the news over the past few days for sure. One was a supremely fun appearance on James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke session, which has already clocked more than 9 million views in a handful of days. She is the consummate entertainer par excellence, and teases(…)
Haq Tyag is that archaic ritual that compels a young woman, who is going to get married, to sign a contractual paper through which she abandons her share in her father’s assets. Even after the Indian court making it mandatory for girls to have a fair share in maternal possessions more than a decade ago, this practice is still prevalent in some northern states.
It’s ironic that the media which informs people about worldwide trends, politics, culture and events has to fight sexism within its ranks. The same media that tells us about the economic, cultural, social inequalities that women have to face every day has double standards when it comes to women journalists who have to bear the brunt of(…)
In a letter to The Barrington Times in Rhode Island, USA, Alan Sorrentino complained about the new fashion of women wearing yoga pants. The Guardian quoted his letter that read, “The absolute worst thing to ever happen in women’s [sic] fashion is the recent development of yoga pants as daily wear outside the yoga studio. Not since(…)