Crossdressers, gay and trans-Indians are raving, but their queer parties tell us a story beyond sex.
Love is real!
“Without the safety of locked doors and four walls, there’s a sense of vulnerability and danger you feel which can be extremely exciting.”
The sex advice column started in 2008 in the Delhi University student newsletter reflects the changing attitudes towards sex over a decade.
My brief liaison with a polyamorous man of the right.
Gone are the days when hot pink, phallic contraptions were your only choice.
In his photo exhibition, Samsul Alam Helal captures forbidden love.
His music defined “sexy time” in the '80s and '90s, and tuned us into the unique concept of 'jawani', a loose notion of what it means to be young and horny. And the magic infects millennials too.
Photographer Marisa Chafetz shares luminous images of late nights, karaoke, and climbing trees from her four years in the South.
“Rather than talk about the reproductive system of human beings, some of them talk about peacocks and its tears.” Yup, we definitely need to re-haul the way India views sex-education, as one Indian classical dancer takes on the challenge.
Frustrated with cliches about the “elusive female orgasm,” Vanessa Marin founded Finishing School to demystify the art of orgasming.
In the absence of sex education, Indian millennials and Gen Z are watching porn to learn about sex, pleasure and consent.