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On Allyship, Abuse, Identity, and Solidarity – and How to Make a Damn Difference (2)

In my last post on allyship, I discussed how we can approach allyship as a problematic, particularly when we consider how allies become centered in conversations having to do with axes along which they are not oppressed. I spoke a … Continue reading

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Reflections on “What kind of practices and health work might sex workers engage in to manage their health? “

My choice to add a short reflection at the end of the paper stems from my desire to more critically locate myself –  that is to say, my subjectivities, as a researcher, student, and Indian woman in the body of … Continue reading

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