Access to information on sexuality

[COLUMN] The Gender Binary: TERFs, terms and conditions

Nadika on 4 Nov 2016
Is the internet a playground for sexual identities, or also where new sources of shame and anxiety are found? Nadika in this month's column explores the complexity of different online labels or identities, including that of shemale. She writes about the inspiring journeys of trans women, how they came to adopt or reject labels and identities, and their idea of transgender femininity. Through their activism and writing they have shown how trans identities are oppressed by patriarchy and global capitalism.

I delete myself: anonymity and sexuality online

Smita on 23 Aug 2016
The fact that the Internet allows women to be anonymous has greatly aided in increased freedom of expression as well as in combating sexual discrimination, violence as well as domestic abuse. Even with the points in favour of right to anonymity being far and wide, it is not seen as a priority in many countries. Human rights activists and the civil society are only beginning to acknowledge that the lack of anonymity directly infringes on freedom of speech and expression.

Day 7 | 1 Dec - World AIDS Day | Sex & the internet - Defend our right to information!

Sonia Randhawa on 1 Dec 2010
Sonia Randhawa takes a look at how search engines respond to clitoral pleasure, for the seventh daily action for Take Back the Tech!
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