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

Rape

A drawing of a face with closed eyes. The face has been coloured with pink, blue, black, mustard, yellow and red crayons.

TOGETHER, ALONE

It wasn’t that she had never heard of homosexuality; but, in her imagination, gay men and women were an exotic species, not real people who could, perchance, be fellow passengers on a bus, fellow shoppers at a mall, or a fellow beginner in a meditation class.
Quote written on a grey background: "If we really want to have a meaningful conversation around porn, it's time we stopped talking about its imagined harms."

Porn. Panic. Ban.

I’m convinced we’re having the wrong conversation around digital porn. If we really want to have a meaningful conversation around porn, it’s time we stopped talking about its imagined harms. It’s time we started talking about actual harms. It’s time we started talking about the fault lines of consent.
An Indian woman on the middle of a road at night. A motorcycle whooshes past her. She is wearing a blue jacket, black jeans, sandals, and is carrying a handbag on her shoulder. Her hair fall on her shoulders.

Brushstrokes: Women In India’s Rape Capital

The city that has come to be touted as the “rape capital" proves to be the ideal ground for festering debates and discourse over the safety of women in the city. In the lucrative media indulgence of tragedy, women seem to have been reduced to numbers and statistics. In her photo essay commissioned by Reuters,…
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