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Wonder Woman Is the Queen of Sexist Cinema

Misogyny pervades through women-centered media too

Source: DC Films

Sitting in a South Delhi restaurant, my ravenous eyes scoured the menu. They caught on to the Bombay Duck and promptly placed the order. As I sat there salivating to the savors of exotic poultry, the waiter plopped down a pile of putrescent fish on the table. After staring disgruntedly at my food-to-be, I…

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