With the final phase of Gujarat elections coming to an end, the exit polls have already declared the winner. The Bhartiya Janata Party is expected to win with huge majority once again in the region, leaving no strong opposition behind to impose restrictions on the policies introduced and implemented. 642 more words
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Trans woman Danica Roem (D) of Virginia defeated Bob Marshall (R), the very candidate who wrote the anti-trans bathroom bill, becoming the first trans state legislator in the process. 219 more words
The problem with perfect, able-bodied actors.
“If there was an Oppression Olympics, I would win the gold medal,” said Maysoon Zayid, an actress and comic with cerebral palsy. 927 more words
An undergraduate student referred to as “Jackie” at the University of Virginia claimed victimhood in an alleged gang-rape during a gruesome encounter with approximately seven fraternity brothers at the UVA Phi Kappa Psi chapter during a so-called date event during pledge week. 1,677 more words
Sexual harassment claims lead to the firing of entertainment business godfather Harvey Weinstein from his own company on Oct. 8th.
In the following days, more than 50 victims would come forward, including Lupita Nyong’o who recounted her experiences in a… 757 more words
Freedom of Speech and Expression is the right that the media enjoys irrespective of the geographical, social and religious boundaries they operate in. Article 19 of the Indian Constitution provides the fourth pillar of democracy the complete right to put forth the facts they come across and present it the way they are. 544 more words