Thinking of the body as just blood and bones is thoda boring na? Nothing we feel is outside the body – our emotions, our memories, our social identities like caste and gender, traditions, laws, etc. This lovely graphic shows us a glimpse of the vast ‘data’ that the body holds, there’s so much more!
In a radically experimental style, set in a police station, Aika to The Baika combines the sharp banter of a lavani performance to treat a serious subject of gender bias in the legal system with a light and inclusive hand. Made in collaboration with feminist legal centre Majlis, founded in 1991.
Looking for sex ed that is rights based, sassy, and culturally contextual? Check out this set of #MughalMemes by The YP Foundation!
Queering the Map is a community generated counter-mapping platform for digitally archiving LGBTQ2IA+ experiences. Mapping human experiences onto physical space, this beautiful project is an archive and a cartography of queer life across the world.
The presence of many or fewer nerve endings makes erogenous zones sensitive – so that is why different parts of the body respond to different forms of touch. Sigh...if only aisa information of giving and getting more pleasure was standard sex-ed or biology syllabus!
In putting together a queer map of a city, we see both the history and geography of the queer movement - the many places where a queer person could go to seek history, community and pleasure. From support groups to nightclubs to cruising spots, here's Amchi Mumbai through rainbow glasses!