The South and Southeast Asia Resource Centre on Sexuality, hosted by TARSHI from 2004 - 2009, offered a library facility which is currently being used only for internal purposes.

The library provided access to books and journals on sexuality, an online listing of available material, and regular updates for activists, advocates, practitioners, and researchers. It housed a collection of books, newsletters, journals, and other periodicals on sexuality and reproductive health that are relevant to the South and Southeast Asian region. 

The library has over 3000 documents under the following main categories:

  • Sexuality 
  • Gender 
  • Feminist Theory 
  • Rights 
  • The Body 
  • General Health 
  • Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS 
  • Reproductive Health 
  • Mental Health and Well Being 
  • Disability 
  • Law 
  • Representation 
  • Protests and Movements 
  • Violence 
  • Queer Issues 
  • Sex Work 
  • Nationalism, Fundamentalism, Secularism 
  • Culture 
  • Training and Development 
  • Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, Directories, Language Guide, Biographies, Autobiographies, Essays, Bibliographies, Abstracts 

The following journals were also available in the library during its years of active operation (2004 - 2009):

Do check out the Online Resources, under the 'resources’ section of our website if you are looking for online editions of some of the above journals.