Status check: The latest developments on Covid vaccines Indian television's portrayal of women is either that of a victim or an oppressor.
Western television could inspire change The three-month old Baby Afreen was tortured by her father and passed away on Wednesday in a Bangalore hospital. On Monday, Headlines Today said her crime was not being the boy he wanted; that so depressed the father he gave her a nicotine overdose.
The channel dwelt on the sex ratio in India that reflects Afreen's tragedy: there Mobile Dating Hendersonville Tennessee fewer girls than boys in India because Indians don't want. The media reports with depressing regularity crimes against girls, women.
On any given day, crime-based news shows have women as victims of random criminal acts.
It's in our entertainment shows too: all soaps worth their saas, their bahu or their parivaar revolve around unkindness, injustice to the female of the species. Two examples: in the new serial, Chhal Sheh aur Maat ColorsNeha misplaces her "just married" husband Free sex chat Stamford discovers that the gay massage in west broken arrow Kabir has kidnapped him so that she is forced to play her lookalike his wife, Aditi, in order to dupe his family.
Charming honeymoon, wouldn't you say?
Or in the frighteningly possible Dil Se Di Dua Saubhagyavati Bhava Life OKa wife is incarcerated by her "loving husband" because he wants to be the only one to torture. These are just two in a long list of inequities female characters are expected to grin and bear.