Are the new ad rules on gender-stereotyping seriously silly or the right way to go?
Posted on August 15, 2019
Now that two television adverts have been banned for showing harmful gender stereotypes – a …Read More
Saudi should be pleased Belgium believes its pledge on women’s rights
Posted on December 22, 2017
The Saudi Crown Prince should be pleased. A few months after his very public, much-touted …Read More
Could America take a presidential ticket that has two white grandmothers?
Posted on June 29, 2016
Just days ago, Hillary Clinton and Senator Elizabeth Warren campaigned together in Ohio. By all …Read More
Obama’s win revealed America’s racism. Will Hillary’s run show its sexism?
Posted on May 11, 2016
Could Hillary’s run for president change the US in the same that happened with Barack …Read More
How strong is the ‘woman’s card’ that Donald Trump hates so much?
Posted on May 4, 2016
How strong is the “woman’s card”, that Donald Trump insists Hillary Clinton is playing? ** …Read More
Trump playing ‘men’s card’ as he sees the ‘woman’s card’ in Hillary’s candidacy
Posted on April 30, 2016
There are two things to say about Donald Trump’s “woman’s card” snipe at Hillary Clinton …Read More
#NYFW Fashion no longer meant to dress up reality but to help us survive it
Posted on February 21, 2016
It was New York Fashion Week and no one mentioned that clothes are becoming big, …Read More
Nonsense, Hillary Clinton’s likeability gap isn’t a sign of mass misogyny
Posted on October 13, 2015
The things that politicians do, to convince people they’re nice. Really nice. Inside. Consider Hillary …Read More
#Hillary was always a winner from back then, but that’s no reason to win this
Posted on August 20, 2015
In all the chatter about Hillary Clinton – and whether she should be elected president …Read More
@JemayelK & end of discussion: Outrage makes for ‘sham of discourse’
Posted on June 15, 2015
Jemayel Khawaja @JemayelK, managing editor of Thump (from the Vice group) metaphorically shakes his …Read More
Rashmee has lived and worked in several countries in the past decade, including Afghanistan, India, Haiti, Tunisia, the UAE, US and UK