fair and lovely
Bollywood’s use of brownface does not promote representation. It promotes discrimination. And yet the film industry has the conscience to speak up against racism in the West. It’s time for celebs to check their hypocrisy.
No I was not comfortable with my skin tone, it took me a while to accept myself and my skin colour and I still feel insecure if I get tanned
I learnt very early in life that I cannot be called ‘beautiful,’ just ‘charming’ because of my complexion.
The announcement today by Hindustan Unilever that they will remove the words ‘fairness’, ‘whitening and ‘lightening’ from their line of products, is something I don’t think anyone saw coming. – Nandita Das
While it was about time that this association of beauty with fairness ends, one does wonders, if this is amere tokenism?
According to Euromonitor International, about 6,277 tonnes of skin lighteners were sold worldwide last year, including products marketed as anti-aging creams targeting dark spots or freckles.
I’m a racist. Yes, I am. I’ve been doing that to me all through my existence. Calling myself ugly and…
“There are no easy solutions to this because gaining confidence is a very abstract and a deeper thing. I cannot tell someone to feel confident. It has to come from within” – Nandita
In what continues to be a trending topic of discussion, the colour of one’s skin, this article highlights the various…