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Class and Sexuality

excerpt from webcomic on privilege

Brushstrokes: Privilege

Often, we take certain things for granted, forgetting that there are certain privileges and power dynamics which we benefit from even if we don’t realise it. Though, sometimes, there are other benefits that aren’t available to us, social or cultural factors that do hinder us in some ways, we may still have areas in which we’re more advantaged than others
Still from the movie, 'Chutney'

Video Page: Chutney

What follows, in the short film Chutney, is a conversation – full of eerie, evocative storytelling – which not just sheds light on the class hierarchies in the middle to upper-middle class Indian household, but also the anxieties surrounding sexuality and sexual repression within it.
Picture of Chayanika Shah

Interview: Chayanika Shah

In the course of this interview with Shikha Aleya, Chayanika Shah points out, “While decisions around gender and sexuality are very private and apparently made by each person for themselves, the material connections of community and family make this choice very contextual, and contingent on the whole social structure."
अपने कंप्यूटर और फोन के माध्यम से ऑनलाइन स्थानों का अनुभव करने वाले एक व्यक्ति की छवि जिसमे उसके बाएं हाथ में एक स्मार्ट फ़ोन है, सामने मेज पर एक लैपटॉप और एक स्मरण पुस्तक रखी है

Class and Sexuality: The Transformative Potential of Online Spaces

In unpacking class as a social category through the lens of young people accessing SRHR content via an infoline it is possible to conclude that broader reach of sexuality content does enable those who are otherwise limited by material and structural constraints to develop a more expansive and informed worldview about sexuality