HIV/AIDS

Why We’re Not Losing: Decoding Indian Sexuality Politics in an Election Year

 Svati Shah provides a historical sketch of the recent 377 judgement, and frames 377 against the broader backdrop of both the vital LGBTQI movements protesting this law and Narendra Modi's ongoing campaign to be India's next prime minister.

Typography and Other Inspirations for Feminist Artistic Actions

A long history of agit prop inspires SAWCC's recent "FreedomSafetyNow" protest against gender-based violence.

And Medicine For All

We must mourn the capitulation embodied in the Indian Patents Amendment Bill passed in March 2005, but we must celebrate the concessions won by people's movements and left activists.

Bollywood Does AIDS

A daring and bold new Bollywood film takes on AIDS, stereotypes, and homophobia. My Brother... Nikhil, based on a true story, shows a gay man grappling with AIDS through the eyes of his family and friends.

Something We All Know

HIV Treatment and Prevention in India

Averting Impact

Social Health Programs and South Asians

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