/Ashley Tellis

About Ashley Tellis

Ashley Tellis is a sexuality researcher with decades of difficult research in the barren archives of Indian masculinity. He is an LGBT activist, hated by the 'queer community' because of his critique of the fundamentally neoliberal nature of the 'queer movement'which, he claims, is not even a movement but little more than a social media phenomenon. He is a feminist whose constituency is men and his contribution to feminism, he hopes, is a few more Indian women getting orgasms because he trains Indian men in female genital anatomy from his well-thumbed copy of Our Bodies, Ourselves. Dr. Ashley Tellis

Open Marriages: A Myth

By |2020-02-15T18:19:48+00:00February 15th, 2020|Culture|

The very concept of an open marriage is a myth because marriage is a closed institution. Marriage is about establishing a genetic line, about property, about land, about control. It is a business transaction with women as the objects of exchange (paraya dhan). So the idea of an open marriage [...]

Sex and hygiene

By |2020-01-14T11:02:34+00:00January 14th, 2020|Body, Men|

Apart from the fact that most Indians are among the worst people in bed (both men and women) who just do not know how to have sex (not least because they know nothing about sex except what they learn in substandard porn, which is most porn), there is the additional [...]

When does a consensual sexual act turn into a # Me Too moment?

By |2019-12-12T07:32:47+00:00November 11th, 2019|Culture|

Pinjra Tod is one of the few feminist collectives which continues to fight SH on the ground and the internet hordes do not stand outside colleges like they do, fighting case after case. This is part II of the article 'Some Thoughts on metoo' At least five young heterosexual men [...]

The pleasures and perils of polyamory: Some questions answered

By |2019-11-11T12:26:21+00:00September 5th, 2019|Men, Relationship|

Polyamory – the practice of loving more than one person poly (many) amory (love) – has been a cultural practice in many cultures across history but as a modern urban phenomenon, it has been largely a US phenomenon, coming out of the sex-positive feminist movement in that country. Sex positivism [...]

Ask Sex Coach

You don’t need to settle for a mediocre love life. Light up your bedroom with our advice.

I agree to the Terms