Subha Wijesiriwardena is a feminist activist, researcher, and writer from Colombo; she lives in New York City.
Subha (b. 1988) has worked as a researcher, communicator, activist, organizer and trainer across the issue-areas of sexual and reproductive health and rights including abortion, queer and trans rights, digital rights, freedom of expression, assembly and association, and is committed to a holistic vision of gender justice and human rights for all people. She has experience applying global South feminist methodologies and feminist ethics to research, community organizing, and building campaigns and communications. Subha emphasizes cross-movement collective strategies, works to advance anti-carceral solutions to rights violations, and integrates intersectional feminist analyses across all her work.
Queerness, Sex Work, and Refugee Status in Nairobi: A conversation with Queer Sex Workers Initiative for Refugees (2022)
Porn, sexuality and expression in Sri Lanka: feminist debates and interventions (2022)
Acts of Agency: Exploring a feminist approach to abortion research in Sri Lanka (2020)
Transcript from Yvonne Jonsson Memorial (27 November 2019, Colombo)
Podcast: Consent, Pleasure and Danger
Private Parts: Obscenity and Censorship in the Digital Age
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