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Oct 12, 2018
Bombay HC judge Gautam Patel supports #MeToo, says judiciary also plagued with 'rampant sexism', 'culture of patriarchy'Justice Gautam Patel of the Bombay High Court has come out in support of the ongoing #MeToo movement currently sweeping the country's landscape, saying the patriarchal world does not allow women to speak freely.
Oct 11, 2018
#MeToo revelations on newsroom abusers deal severe blow to a media already suffering from low credibilityFrom being an important platform for news consumption, Twitter became the only place that disseminated information on the #MeToo campaign.
Oct 09, 2018
Editors Guild of India 'condemns predatory conduct of men', expresses solidarity with women speaking up in #MeToo movementThe Editors Guild of India has also expressed "gratitude and solidarity towards women journalists" who shared their stories as part of the #MeToo movement.
Oct 08, 2018
Women in Media group condemns 'rampant sexism, misogyny', releases to-do list for J-schools, media organisations; read full statementIn light of the #MeToo movement, the Network of Women in Media has released a statement that makes several demands, including counselling for the survivor and the accused, assistance in filing complaints and support for freelance journalists, who are especially vulnerable.
Oct 06, 2018
#MeToo: A personal account of dealing with harassment over a nearly two-decade media careerWhy do we joke with the very people who make us uncomfortable? Why do we shrug off damning judgment from both men and women when we tackle sexual harassment in a way that is unconventional? Why do we ignore the branding of being “easy because you’re chirpy”? #MeToo
Sep 24, 2018
Serena Williams says she is eager to 'move on' from US Open meltdown against chair umpire Carlos RamosAsked about claims by her coach Patrick that he was coaching her, Serena Williams said: "We don't have signals, we've never had signals. He said he made a motion, and I said 'OK so you made a motion and now you're telling people you were coaching me? That doesn't make sense. Why would you say that?'"
Sep 20, 2018
Church and sexual abuse: Kerala nuns' refusal to turn away from injustice displays faith, demands attentionThose sisters show us what belief looks like. It is a faith in who we should be, not who we are
Sep 17, 2018
Church and sexual abuse: Catholics, State have been silent for too long; Kerala rape must cause Vatican to actFive nuns of the Missionaries of Jesus have been on protest for over 10 days against the rape of one of their own, a 44-year-old nun who was no less than a former Mother-General
Sep 01, 2018
Manto director Nandita Das to speak on gender inequality in Bollywood at Toronto International Film FestivalNandita Das directorial Manto, starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui, is slated to release on 21 September
Aug 08, 2018
A universal struggle: Women are asking for pockets in their clothes, while calling out sexismWith changing times, women have learnt that they deserve pockets in their clothes too and have been actively asking for it on the internet, and off it.