Half badass online revolution, half adorable tweet exchanges.
Times of India could use some cleaning.
Let this go down in history as the year of the Padukone.
“We want to take on the daunting task of changing how people think,” founder Disha Verma told BuzzFeed.
Objectifying Deepika Padukone without her consent has implications far beyond Bollywood: It endangers every single Indian girl and woman.
Times of India journalist writes “facts” like “women don’t bathe every day” and “breasts don’t like bouncing around.”
Many hard-luck India farmers have hung themselves. And so the Times of India ran some charity ads with one of the worst ad headlines I’ve ever seen.
Today in jokes about abuse: The editors of Times Of India, the world’s most circulated English language newspaper, apparently decided that this sparkling piece of wit about Chris Brown was a perfect fit for their funny pages.