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Coloured condoms.

‘When A Condom Broke’: The Story Of How ‘We’ Learnt About Birth Control

This post is part of TARSHI’s #TalkSexuality campaign on Comprehensive Sexuality Education in collaboration with Youth Ki Awaaz. The author chose to remain anonymous. College is a strange, conflicting sort of time. I remember how refreshingly liberating it felt to find a good paying guest accommodation, and then discover that it came with a side order of potentially good friends. It’s…
A line drawing of a fountain of water. Over different parts of the fountain are written the following words: "ovary", "stigma", "anther", "filament", "androgenophore".

From Knowing To Doing

At 13, I could (correctly!) explain the reproductive system of a plant. I’d been rather intimate with the anatomy of a flower, drawing awful nudes of stamens and filaments and anthers. I used to think I’d get extra marks for effort – the shading took a while to get just right. I’ve never needed nor…