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Alizeh Kohari

Alizeh Kohari a Pakistani journalist who divides her time between Karachi and Mexico City. She reports on identity politics, ethnic conflict, and social justice. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in The New Yorker, Harper’s, Wired, Caravan, BBC, Reuters, Dawn, Herald, and The News on Sunday.

Lesbian Lovers, Dildo Shopping, and Other Mughal-Era Poems

Rekhti, a lost genre of Urdu poetry, centered the female experience — despite being written by men.

Alizeh Kohari

October 26, 2020

Lesbian Lovers, Dildo Shopping, and Other Mughal-Era Poems

Who’s Afraid of Ifti Nasim?

The swashbuckling life and legacy of a Pakistani American gay icon.

Alizeh Kohari

June 29, 2020

Who’s Afraid of Ifti Nasim?
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