The Kabir Singh movie has given us enough grief already. Many said that there is nothing wrong in such a movie. So, some time back we asked you if there has been a Kabir Singh in your life. You replied. We heard you. We heard 517 of you. Sandeep Vanga, are you listening? Five hundred […]Read More Poll results: Yes, we suffered a Kabir Singh. Sandeep Reddy Vanga, do you care?
This post is a part of our weekly roundup series. Every week, we will take a look-back at sexual harassment, gender violence and related incidents in India and beyond. Readers can submit their suggestions, comments and opinions to firstname.lastname@example.org. The last week had many ups and down in the space of gender. Okay, mostly downs. […]Read More Kabir Singh’s misogyny, NIFT: failures of due process
Image: esquire.com The following review is part three in the series of seven episode reviews from the Season 7 of popular TV series Game of Thrones. Each episode will be reviewed from a feminist lens by SMIW readers. Read the previous episode reviews before you begin with episode 3. If you already have, move right ahead […]Read More Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 3 – Queen’s Justice: A Feminist Review.
Image: forbes.com The following review is the second part in the series of seven episode reviews of the Season 7 of popular series Game of Thrones. Each episode will be reviewed from a feminist lens by SMIW readers. Read the review of the season’s Episode1: Dragonstone before you begin with episode 2. Or, if you’ve […]Read More Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 2: Stormborn – A Feminist Review.
Image credit: cosmo.ph Winter is here and so is the need for a more feminist narrative in the media and content we consume. Gone are the days when we would gulp down misogyny on our TV screens chupchaap in the name of artistic expression. So, it’s only fair that modern day television’s most over watched […]Read More Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 1: Dragonstone – A Feminist Review.