A digital magazine on sexuality in the Global South

Video Page

Video Page – a collection of video interviews, short documentaries or thematic short films. Word Limit: The video should be accompanied by a short note of 80 – 100 words describing the context – Word document (.doc or .docx); Times New Roman 12-point, single-spaced Format: Video – mpeg/mp4 format Email: blogeditor@tarshi.net

A picture of veteran actors Mohan Agashe and Litlette Dubey, walking through the middle of a forest. The text below them reads "Purana Pyaar"

Video Page: #PuranaPyaar

The short film, “#Purana Pyaar”, by Gorilla Shorts, starring veteran actors Mohan Agashe and Lillette Dubey, evocatively highlights how age is no bar when it comes to love and desire.
picture of spoken word poet tess joseph

Video Page: My First Time

“First times” can be awkward, exhilarating, and everything in between. They come with the tentativeness of sexual exploration – of figuring out what one wants and of nervously (and excitedly) seeking it out
Screenshot from the video, "Naked Feelings", showing the illustration of a naked woman with a flower in her hair with the words "Belhauf, bebaak, besharam" written on it

Video Page: Naked Feelings

In a world where the body and its desires often become a site for personal insecurities and external policing, confronting the same body in its raw, physical nakedness, and feeling utterly, irrevocably comfortable with it is almost a revolutionary act
A picture of veteran actors Mohan Agashe and Litlette Dubey, walking through the middle of a forest. The text below them reads "Purana Pyaar"

Video Page: #PuranaPyaar

The short film, “#Purana Pyaar”, by Gorilla Shorts, starring veteran actors Mohan Agashe and Lillette Dubey, evocatively highlights how age is no bar when it comes to love and desire.
Saathi: IIT

Video Page: Mere Saathi

Saathi IIT Bombay, an LGBTQ resource group of students and staff at IIT Bombay welcomed new entrants in 2015 with a video of three queer students speaking of the acceptance and allies they found on campus. From one whose friend played an important role in making her realise she is lesbian, to two others who…
VIDEO PAGE: SITA SINGS THE BLUES

VIDEO PAGE: SITA SINGS THE BLUES

Sita Sings the Blues is an animated retelling of the Ramayana, an ancient Indian epic about the Hindu god Rama and his quest to save his wife Sita from Ravana, the king of Lanka. The Ramayana has been retold through many different media – live performance, TV, movies – but this representation is unique in…
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