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The Observer

“Sangeeta Pillai is a one-woman powerhouse…”

-MIRANDA SAWYER, THE OBSERVER
Sangeeta Pillai & Masala Podcast featured in The Observer on Sunday, Guardian. Article written by Miranda Sawyer.

The Guardian

Sangeeta Pillai featured in The Guardian for her South Asian feminist podcast/

Masala Podcast & Sangeeta Pillai featured in the Guardian. “Sangeeta Pillai’s award-winning Masala Podcast has grown from indie production to Spotify Originals, and is as vibrant and plucky as ever…”



Cosmopolitan Magazine

How do you ask for an orgasm when you don’t know the words for it in your language? How do you develop your sexual technique when you’re not supposed to even have any sex until you’re married?

– sANGEETA PILLAI, Cosmopolitan


METRO

Metro newspaper article featuring Sangeeta Pillai, founder of south Asian feminist network Soul Sutras

STYLIST MAGAZINE

Celebrating the festival of Diwali as a feminist, Sangeeta Pillai writes an important article for Stylist magazine.

BBC RADIO


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The Evening Standard

“I want Soul Sutras to be a place where South Asian women feel heard – a safe space where we can celebrate our culture and challenge the cultural taboos that hold us back.”

-THE EVENING STANDARD

Women’s Health Australia

“After learning to embrace my own sexuality, I started my platform to help other South Asian women.”


Sunday Times, Pod Bible Podcast supplement

“With Masala Podcast, I’ve been able to connect with other South Asian womxn, discussing taboo topics like sex, sexuality, periods and even nipple hair!”


Eastern Eye

“With Soul Sutras, she wanted to create safe spaces for South Asian women to tell their stories…”

Eastern eye

Brown Girl Magazine

“The lack of spaces for South Asian women to speak freely was what drove her to create her own.:

-brown girl magazine

Huffington Post

“Activist, writer and speaker Sangeeta Pillai is the founder of the South Asian feminist network Soul Sutras…“

-huffington post

Featured In ‘I May Destroy You’ on BBC One



Linktree Blog

Pillai says one of the biggest things she loves about working as a sex educator is receiving supportive messages from South Asian women on how her words have changed their lives.


DECCAN HERALD, INDIA

Sangeeta

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