Emoji may be becoming more inclusive, but greater engagement with those that they intend to represent is still needed.
As a queer woman, watching Sweety struggle to come to terms with her sexuality – seeing my own experiences portrayed on the big screen – is a good enough start …
These women aren't just pushing the dance form's boundaries but also challenging ideas about what women can and can't do in public spaces.
The call for empathy might seem theoretically naive. Yet we can’t function socially without making inferences about others’ motivations.
The ad presents an alternative world where the best version of a man is one where he doesn't succumb to toxic masculinity.
The show's forcing us to confront our double standards about 'romantic' versus toxic behaviour – especially when it's coming from a conventionally attractive man.
Not a single person from either the film or sports fraternity has condemned Hardik Pandya's sexist statements on the show.