- Ex big boss contestant Priya Malik has turn up in support of Baar Baar Dekho starring Katrina kaif and Sidharth Malhotra by posing bra-less. A bra shot has been removed from the film by Censor Board.
Because a visible bra is considered indecent in our society. pic.twitter.com/psWPmo5DIc
— Priya Sometimes (@PriyaSometimes) August 29, 2016
2. Mayanti langer slammed the trolls for making sexist remarks at her & Stuart Binny.
3.This woman slammed the moral police after a Gurgaon residence stopped her visiting a male friend
4. Bengali actress Parnomittra who gave a perfect reply to all the perverts who kept commenting on her
Amazed to see the comments on my last picture. Does social media give right to a man / a woman to blurt anything they feel like?? Hell yeah i am a woman and i have boobs nd i have an ass . If u hv an issue then donot look at my pictures. U hv the option to unfollow.Its nice to see how sexually regressive our society still remains. May be eradication is the answer to this lack of education .
5. This journalist shamed her harasser on FB by posting the screen shots of the messages sent by him.
6. This woman handed over an Ola driver to the cops and got him terminated from his job after she caught him filming her.
7.Saloni Chopra, an actress who posted a picture with a bra in her hand on Instagram to condemn the people asking her to hide her straps.
“Life is like a Bra…” And women need to be more open about their sexuality. Whichever absurd person decided that it would be okay for a man to roam around shirtless, in his boxers, but girls can’t even be seen in a Bra – surely did a hell lot of damage to our society. Did you know there are still people who have a problem with a girls Bra Strap showing?! The strap?!?!?! People that don’t like it when the shape of your bra is visible from the top you’re wearing. I’ve been around a few such diseased people. And you can’t tell that they’re affected by this narrow minded disease when you first meet them. They look normal. They make you feel wonderful at the start. They’re the ones that follow bold models on Instagram & keep porn on their phones. They come across as extremely open minded. They’ll talk to you about feminism and global warming. And trust me, it’s usually that “Bra Strap” that arouses them in the first place – and then BAM! You’re being told its “just for them to see”. You should dress more “appropriately” in public. If you meet these diseased people, you could A. Send them to a Doctor, or B. Ask them to go fuck themselves. I honestly don’t see what the problem with lingerie is? I wear it. Yes. Am I suppose to act like I’m NOT wearing it by hiding it completely? It’s a piece of clothing that covers my breasts. Just like a skirt covers my legs. Or sleeves cover my shoulders. What’s the big damn deal? The term breasts? Is it a girls Boobs that make this world uncomfortable? Are men THAT weak? I mean trust me, it’s not like our boobs are holy or sacred. They’re just…. A part of the body. Stop asking women to feel uncomfortable about it. Our breasts are not our “respect and dignity”. Men flaunt their chests, while girls won’t even hold a Bra in their hand publicly. Well… I will. Because I’m not ashamed of it. I have nothing to hide. Lingerie is not something that needs to be hidden. In fact, it’s quite pretty, isn’t it? I’m tired of women themselves constantly feeling like they’ve to be ashamed of everything. Pads. Tampons. Lingerie. Our body. Our desires. Sex. Let’s put an end to that. Free the god damn mind. #FreeTheNipple @freethenipple
8.This girl refused to marry the guy who didn’t like dogs.
9. Malayali actress, Rima Kallingal, stood up against the double standards in the film industry.
10. This woman took her fight of not being ashamed for the periods to facebook
I came home today at four minutes past nine after a long walk, a metro journey and a 10 minute bus ride. There’s nothing unusual about my evening except for the fact that multiple women walked up to me on my way home and asked me to pull my tee shirt down, most men ogled, all the kids I met didn’t notice/care. I came to know why I was the centre of attention for the better part of my journey when a woman (well meaning, I’m sure) offered me a sanitary napkin. I had stained my pants. So here I was, well past eight, standing alone at Esplanade with a massive red stain across my butt and a rather artistic red dot under the zipper of my pants. This post is for all the women who offered to help me hide my womanhood, I AM NOT ASHAMED. I bleed every 28-35 days, it is painful at times, I get moody at times, but I walk into the kitchen and get myself some chocolate biscuits and I’m good to go for the next eight hours come hell or high water because I AM NOT ASHAMED. This post is for all the men who ogled at me today, I AM NOT ASHAMED. Check out the big red blotch on my pants all you want, check out my butt, check out the way I move, come touch me if you dare, and I will show you that I AM NOT ASHAMED. I will take out a sanitary napkin and show you how it works while you can teach me how to pee in public (because clearly you’re not ashamed, and neither am I). To all the children who didn’t give a damn, DO NOT BE ASHAMED. There will be many bloodstains on pants, on skirts, on bedsheets, on cushion covers, on chairs, on tables, against the wall, and on the battlefield where YOU fight the stigma by NOT BEING ASHAMED. Do not whisper when you utter the word “PERIODS”, do not subtly offer a woman a sanitary napkin, or a fresh change of clothes. ASK her if she needs one, TELL her she has stained her clothes, DO NOT HELP HER HIDE IT. I AM NOT ASHAMED. I AM NOT ON MY *period*. I AM ON MY PERIOD.