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Visual Section

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A galaxy of stars with little illustrations and the title written in bright pink and green fonts in the centre.

Mission Orgasm

This Parodevi Pictures’ production from Agents of Ishq is a kaleidoscopic must-watch that takes us into the poorly understood ‘galaxy’ of female orgasm and sexual pleasure through a mobile-phone game – A Little Death – that helps people navigate this terrain unfamiliar to many in an exciting and accessible way.
Graphic of a person at an office desk. The person is reclining on a chair with hands behind their head and looks relaxed. There is a mug of warm beverage, a desktop, a keyboard and a mouse on the table. On the upper left corner is the title of the graphic story that reads “The First Move…” Right below with is the credits to the writer and illustrator, Priya Dali and text reads “Written and illustrated by Priya Dali”. Below it is another line of text - “#QUEERINGWITHTINDER”.

Graphic Story: The First Move

This short and cute graphic story by Priya Dali, published by Gaysi in collaboration with Tinder, captures the playful initial stages of online dating as Maya tries to make the first move on Rae with the help of colleagues.
A white person who identifies as a furry alongside three furry costumes (that look like images of animal stuff toys) against a purple background.

Video: FURRY SECRETS UNCOVERED

Furry Secrets Uncovered takes us into Leo’s world as a Furry as he explains how he came to it, and what being a Furry means to him. A must-watch not only to understand the subculture better but to also see some amazing fursuits!

Brushstrokes: Labour and Sexuality: 12+ Ways Job Applications Discriminate Against Applicants

Orginal link: https://everydayfeminism.com/2017/07/jobs-discriminate-applicants/   Leave aside being able to get and retain a job, sometimes even being considered for one can be a matter of privilege. This comic from Everyday Feminism shows how it’s not only factors like gender, disability, or place of residence, but many other less ‘obvious’ ones that could lead to one…

Brushstrokes: Having Trouble Explaining Oppression?

We often use the words prejudice, discrimination, and oppression interchangeably, and while they intersect and feed into each other within our larger socio-political, cultural, and economic context, they are different. This Robot Hugs comic in Everyday Feminism illustrates the shapes prejudice, discrimination, and oppression take, the cycle of systemic marginalisation they are part of, and…

Video: What Is Intersectionality? | Queer 101 | The Advocate

Would you be able to describe yourself in one word? The Advocate’s Ashley Jiang begins by telling us she has and is a lot of words – brought together in the word ‘intersectional’. With wit and insight, Ashley unpacks intersectionality, explores the connections between feminism, marginalisations, and popular media, and tells us what we can…
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