2018 - it’s been real! BTP hosts Sree, Sriya, and Trinish bring you our end-of-the-year wrap up - listen in for our favorite bits from this year as we ring in the new year. Thank u, next!
CW: trans erasure
The fantastic four is back! Join us as we talk politics, current madness coming out of the 45 administration, South Asians in politics, and of course, the importance of going out and voting!!
Not sure where to figure out your voting information? Go to vote.org to find your deadlines, polling place, and so much more!
The founders chat with licensed social worker and sex therapist, Sonalee Rashatwar (she/they), about a topic that can be at times equal parts frustrating, confusing and enlightening: gender. What does it mean to "queer gender"? How are gender roles affected by other parts of our presentation? There's a good amount of "woah!" moments.
Learn more about Sonalee's work:
Join all four founders with a special guest on this episode as we discuss mental health, mis/diagnosis, the joys of therapy, and the little judgmental auntie who lives inside us all.
CW: Sexual abuse
Sriya, Sree, and Trinish discuss, *sigh*, Aziz Ansari (yeah...we recorded this a while ago). What are power dynamics and how were they abused in this situation? We also talk about our experiences with the stigma around abuse.
CW: Sexual abuse, abortion
Brown people -- let's talk about sex and mental health, baby! After ~2 years of trying to figure out how to make discussions around sexual and mental health issues accessible to our South Asian community, we had an idea: PODCAST! South Asian Sexual Health Alliance (SASHA) co-founders Sree Sinha, Tania Chatterjee, Trinish Chatterjee and Sriya Sarkar chat about what taboo problems they're dealing with in their very brown lives.
The Azar Nafisi novel is called "Things I've Been Silent About”