Watch a hilarious actress shut down people's body-shaming comments about her outfits.

Indian-American actress, producer, and writer Mindy Kaling gets called a lot of things, but "brave" shouldn't be one of them, according to her. She talks to Jimmy Kimmel about backhanded compliments on her weight and why she chooses to wear the clothes she does. Then she gives us a bit of realtalk about how amazing her job and career are so we don't need to pity "Mindy Kaling the sea monster" (if the tabloids had their way!).

Oh no! This video's been taken down. Luckily, we have more Mindy Kaling for you. Like this one.


At The Height Of Her Success, This Model Chose To Share A Very Private Affair With Us

Fashion model Geena Rocero's coming-out story brought tears to my eyes — her struggles and ultimate triumph are the reasons she's such a strong advocate for transgender rights. You'll have to watch the whole thing to see why she chose this moment to tell the world her truth, but I'm so glad she did. Thanks to women like Geena, I'm learning more about how to be a good ally.

A comedian goes on late-night TV and blows up our idea of what race means.

The best part of Hari Kondabolu's comedy is that he takes what might seem like mundane observations and infuses them with a sense of racial consciousness. TL;DR: He helps illustrate what Life While Brown is like through his comedic timing and political commentary. Check out his first appearance on "The Late Show With David Letterman," where he tells a story about getting into a cab in New York City and how some people might be confused about math and race.

This Ad From India Shows Men Exactly How Creepy They Are When They Stare At Women On The Street

If you're a woman and have been in a public place, chances are you've been the recipient of an unwanted leer or stare from a guy. Sometimes the staring turns into more. One year after Nirbhaya, a young girl in Delhi, was brutally raped on a bus, this Mumbai film school released a video highlighting the harassment and unwanted attention women face while just trying to go about their day. It's meant to start a conversation about what empowerment for women looks like. This problem isn't unique to India, but it's definitely a place to start the conversation.