Fariha Róisín is a culture editor and writer at large at The Juggernaut. She is an Australian-Canadian writer, editor and podcaster based in Brooklyn.
The photographer revisits documenting gay love in India, and consent in photography.
What it means to rarely see yourself depicted, and to be told that who you are is a product of the West.
An ode to the famous Qawwali singer, and the importance of remembering him for who he was: a Muslim.
How critically acclaimed writer Mira Jacob talks about race with her son, and her community.
How 'model minority’ became a definition to create the one-size-fits-all Asian American.
From evocative perfume and lipstick line Hi Wildflower, to her debut novel Bright Lines, to a new book in the works, Tanaïs is uncategorizable — a multi-disciplinary artist through and through.
Ramadan is rife with majesty and spiritual cleansing, yet requires facing one's body. How does one navigate Ramadan with a history of body trouble?
The “Dandiya Queen” is a queer icon, her understanding of desirability a dyke manifesto: she gives women what men can’t, or won’t.
How a young brown rapper found his Nani, and his name.
What led to the erasure of Farrokh Bulsara's brownness? And how do we feel about his representation in Bohemian Rhapsody?