- Today in infuriating-but-not-really-surprising news: the Indian Censor Board has denied certification for the feminist film Lipstick Under My Burkha for being "lady-oriented." This film by Alankrita Shrivastava explores the sexual escapades of four women in a small town, and the movie has won lots of awards abroad.
- If you're needing some solid punk feminist music, check out this article on Plasmic, whose synth punk music is "music to burn barbie dolls to."
For today's musical hit, we have Plasmic's "Tears Are A Routine"
Today's critical rolls: Censorship sucks, but it's a constant when it comes to conservatives all over the world, and throughout history. What's your favorite censored book or music or movie and why?
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