Let the record show that masses of womxn protested.
Making fun of mental health issues trivialises a serious medical condition and creates fear and stigma around it.
I have decided to sell crisp pakodas and mangoes duly wrapped in the pages of my PhD thesis, because what else would I do with that anyway.
The Times of India group has invited entries from the LGBTQIA+ community and their allies for the newspaper's classified section.
The virtual world shapes the 'real' we would like to believe in. Likes are for sale – both literally and metaphorically.
You shouldn't be repulsed by people who are physically impaired, nor should you over-sympathise with them. Just treat them like you would anyone else.
The show demonises the media, exceptionalises the case and even tries to trivialise the protests that took place after the incident.