A simp is a person who does way too much for someone they like. And although the original term never specifies a gender, simp is usually used to exclusively describe men, and men’s behaviour towards women.
Here are five myths that I am tired of having to deal with, when it comes to what I want from a boyfriend.
“TikTok felt like you could do and be whatever or whoever you want and nothing could stop you,” LGBTQIA+ community recalls the acceptance they got on TikTok.
Harry Potter’s creator JK Rowling again came under fire for her anti-trans comments on microblogging site Twitter.
In this lockdown, your screens have helped you catch up with your studies, work. It has made you laugh, given you all the gossip, and also spread positivity.
Someone persuading you to send nudes and you giving in shows how much control they have over you. Trust is not manifested in sending pictures if you are not comfortable.
Given the vulnerability of pictures shared online, grandparents need to discuss the digital boundaries with their children and grandchildren.
the WhatsApp group is an extension of the drawing in that sense. In this respect has digital made it easier for women? It has not.
The National Commission For Protection Of Child Rights (NCPCR) took cognizance of the matter, representing the boy’s family and directed that the allegations made by the complainant should be looked into.
Teenage is a difficult time to deal with and the current situation of lockdown makes it even harder. The revelation…
Whenever a person expresses themselves through their body, they have to face moral policing, hate messaging and trolling.
Why do we readily fall for challenges such as this, be it posting a selfie in black and white or a picture in a saree?