Podcasts of people talking about their sexual experiences – sweet, tender, revealing, exploratory, defining, confusing, sad, scary, transformative. People’s stories of the part sex has played in their lives. Fantasy, imagination, questions, confusions: what we think about when we think about sex.

  • A workshop souvenir turns into a nightmare for a 20 year old NCC Cadet when his mother discovers it in his bag. Curious about what happens next? Listen to his audio podcast to know about his condom kaand, and how it influenced his future knowledge of sex!

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  • The Diary of An Indian Sex-Educator
    by Srinidhi Raghavan.

    “We want you to to do a sex-education class in our school. But can you do it without talking about sex?” This and other curious, comic, alarming and sometimes tender tales spill out of the diary of an Indian sex-educator!

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  • Is there a starting point to talk about sex? Glimpses from an Agents of Ishq workshop on pleasure, sensory metaphors, memory and the body at SNEHA.

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  • A story about love, sex , opportunity and learning together. An audio story

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  • I am not certain if women at large find their bodies as beautiful as I see them to be. I don’t know really, what they feel.

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  • (हिंदी) Are you a teenager? And how is that working out for you? The less said about it the better? But maybe not enough is actually said about this complicated time of life you are in, when you’re no longer a kid but not quite an adult.

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  • A young girl, a sunny winter’s day – her first kiss. Her secret diary. A bittersweet story about growing up. In a sparkling format – an audio story podcast.

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  • A mother struggles to come to terms with her son’s sexuality. A son struggles to accept his mother’s disapproval. Love and chicken curry help in the struggle. A moving story of family, choice and acceptance.

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