The show, which got renewed for a third season in July, proves just how entertaining women-centric stories can really be.
Camille’s desire to pin text to her body is ironically as mutilating and violent as men’s desire to pin women down as either virginal or promiscuous.
What 'Queer Eye' commodifies best is not queer culture, but the good natured compassion, excitement and love that results between the Fab Five and their hero.
Unlike traditional media, the Netflix show actually takes on the destructive potential of communalism and divisive politics.
All because Patriarchy 101 teaches men that they have the right to dictate what a woman does with her body.
I couldn’t help but wonder if such crude comments about religion would have made it past the censor board if this were a Bollywood movie.
The series is not flawless, but it's still very good and sets a high bar for the other six Indian originals Netflix has planned.