Two sex workers decide to kick men out of the system and form a cooperative that runs the business for women and by women. How do they do things differently? And how far can they get under and overarching and overbearing patriarchy?
Tired of men who promise protection but actually become predators themselves, two Mumbai based sex workers decide to kick men out of the business and start a cooperative that is run by women and for women, and thus run the sex trade themselves. How do they do things differently? How far are they allowed to reach and prosper before they become too serious a threat for patriarchy?