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  1. Umm.. Not to nitpick, but Isha Koppikar started out as a fully clad beauty in a couple of Tam movies that bombed (she was gorgeous in them, believe me) before switching to Bollywood and item numbers. Sad…

  2. i would say that its been more of a tradition for women to be used for sex and to be maligned for it.

    why accept the standards set by such an oppressive system? why speak only of a woman’s appearance and sex appeal and define her purpose for existence only in those parameters? why even stick to just the models and actresses who are the worst pawns of a patriarchal system? – they sold out womenkind a long time back.

    it’s a fairer assessment of women’s success in their bid for recognition of intellect to look at ones like chandrika kumaratunga, goda meir, sarojini naidu, medha patkar, arundhati roy, or aung san su kyi. they have maintained their dignity and womanhood AND been extremely powerful – without having to sleep their way to the top which, pop media tells us, is the only way a woman can get there.

    i’d say theyre an effective kick between the legs to pop media and a patriarchal system!

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