A digital magazine on sexuality in the Global South

Humans of New York

A photograph of Kaathala Kaathala , where the man wearing a heavily dressed head gearis trying to grope a woman from behond, while the woman is trying to get rid of his hold. She is also dressed in saree and a heavy head gear. Screen reader support enabled. A photograph of Kaathala Kaathala , where the man wearing a heavily dressed head gearis trying to grope a woman from behond, while the woman is trying to get rid of his hold. She is also dressed in saree and a heavy head gear.

Issue in Focus: Money, Money, Money – Must be Funny

A few days ago, we were doing a self-reflective exercise at work on what gives us power, how we demonstrate power, and what (or who) has power over us. Surprisingly, but not much, I found money featuring across the board for me: be it through financial independence or financial constraints. Power, as exercised by me or as exercised over me, has been intricately tied with my sexuality – ranging from job options to travel decisions to reproductive choices – and money seemed to lord over it all. It wasn’t the only lord, but it was quite a powerful lord.
A woman dressed in a black sweater and a green hijab, wearing dark-rimmed glasses

Brushstrokes: Featuring Humans of New York

These are photographs from the now famous collection Humans of New York. Photographer Brandon Staunton has been navigating the city with his camera and has taken 50,000 portraits and written over 50 stories. We feature a few portraits that show children, men and women speaking of relationships, their dislocation, of sexual health, of sexuality, of…
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