So You Think You Don’t Stereotype? This Is How You Actually Do [AUDIO]

Posted on April 26, 2013 in Society, YouthLine

The Indian youth, no matter how progressive they claim to be, are still driven by stereotypes and staunch beliefs which are false and keep pulling us back. While on the outset someone might come across as progressive, the inside view is different. We still hold caste and class biases, still believe that our girlfriends must not wear short skirts when they go out, still portray men as the ones who should not cry, and so much more.

Radhika, from Jaipur tells us more about these stereotypes, and her opinions, in the audio below.

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