Sachini Perera is a queer feminist activist from Sri Lanka geeking out at the intersection of the internet, popular culture, and sexuality. She mantains a blog where she features some of her work.
She has worked in strategic communications and advocacy for feminist and women’s rights organizations for the past 9 years. In 2017 she set up Ghosha (meaning loud, noisy, outspoken), a feminist initiative in Sri Lanka that aims to support the voices of women in Sri Lanka on the internet and challenge the structural barriers that prevent them from using the internet in free, rights-based, affirmative and pleasurable ways. In 2019 together with Zainab Ibrahim lead and realized EROTICS Survey in Sri Lanka, created a trilingual glossary reflected on organizational limitations and challenged and decided to continue her work and activism as free radical.
You can contact her at sachiniperera [@] gmail [.] com if you are interested in republishing her articles in any online/offline publications.
Zainab Ibrahim works as a researcher in the field of social development in Sri Lanka, with over 12 years of work experience in research, evaluation, writing and editing. Her recent work has been with projects addressing women’s rights, the prevention of gender based violence, as well as research into the issues and challenges for Sri Lanka’s post-war transition. In 2019 together with Sachini Perera leads and realized EROTICS Survey in Sri Lanka, created a trilingual glossary reflected on organizational limitations and challenged and decided to continue her work and activism as free radical.
You can find some of her work here: