A digital magazine on sexuality in the Global South

Author: Niyati Dave

A black-and-white photo of a woman in jeans and tee-shirt bent down to clean a glass vitrine in a museum.

Review: Art in the Age of Maintenance Work

Written in one sitting in Philadelphia, Ukeles’ manifesto was a manifestation of the rage she felt when she was pregnant with her first child and a male mentor proclaimed, “Well, Mierle, I guess you know you can’t be an artist now.”
Picture of a Japanese drag queen. She wears a big blonde wig and holds up a pink card.

Rezubian, Bi or Straight?

Employing a direct line of questioning in a booming voice, a tall drag queen shining in a blood red sequinned gown, strides to our table and shoots the question at us. I am not entirely sure how to respond and neither is my friend.
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