A digital magazine on sexuality, based in the Global South: We are working towards cultivating safe, inclusive, and self-affirming spaces in which all individuals can express themselves without fear, judgement or shame

Interview

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."
two women walking down a street

साक्षात्कार: शिल्पा फडके

‘आप मटरगश्ती (लॉयटर) क्यों करना चाहेंगे?’ नारीवादी शोधकर्ता, अभिभावक, शिक्षक और सक्रियतावादी डॉ॰ शिल्पा फडके से पूछने के लिए एक बढ़िया सवाल है।
Picture of Kalpana Vishwanath

Interview – Kalpana Viswanath

Dr. Kalpana Viswanath, researcher, and urban safety and gender rights activist, shares her thoughts on issues of Public Safety and Sexuality with In Plainspeak. Co-founder and CEO of SafetiPin, a social enterprise that uses data and technology to build safer, more inclusive and smart cities, Kalpana has led large gender rights projects globally.
Shohini Ghosh at a film set. Lights, cameras, and reltaed instruments are hanging from the ceiling.

Interview: Shohini Ghosh

Both fiction and non-fiction are capable of great complexity if the making is in the hands of someone capable and complex. I have always held that good films – fiction, non-fiction or hybrid– emerge not from a familiarity with the subject, though that’s essential – but an understanding of the language of cinema.
Photo of TARSHI's founder Radhika Chandiramani. She has curly shoulder length hair and is wearing a grey sweater over a maroon top

Interview: Radhika Chandiramani

In December, 2014, Shikha Aleya interviewed Radhika Chandiramani  on the present state of Sexuality Education in India. During the interview, Radhika points out that although there are some individual efforts by some private schools and organisations, however, there is a lack of a uniform curriculum or framework for Sexuality Education for students across the country.…
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