Pinjra Tod's Instagram page recently had a couple of posts about Delhi University's Hindu College, highlighting the toxic masculine 'tradition' of Virgin Tree Puja on campus.
Often, the subtle sexism that movies normalise, is difficult to catch, and this further affects mindsets. This needs to be called out.
Two feminist icons, Kanhaiya Kumar and Shashi Tharoor, revealed themselves to be 'woke' only in our imaginations, by making sexist, transphobic remarks. How do we hope for better men?
Even if a married Indian woman is an achiever, she is very annoyingly, often considered 'just a wife' when she goes out socialising among strangers as part of a couple.
A misogynist film, clearly, from its trailer that 'jokes' about marital rape, this is irresponsible filmmaking with an eye only on the box office, and no social responsibility.
Trailer of movie remake Pati, Patni Aur Woh has a tasteless 'joke' about marital rape in its trailer, but actors and makers want convince us that the movie is 'not sexist'. Yeah, right.
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