Pakistani-American filmmaker Sindha Agha applies her considerable talent for “turning our insides outsides” to the harrowing story of a woman who spends years having her concerns about the excruciating pain she experiences during sex dismissed and misdiagnosed by doctors, in short visual essay Painful Sex for BBC Three’s Body Language series.

You can also watch Agha’s Antenatal Depression Body Language short below:

And while we’re at it, her hybrid personal documentary Birth Control Your Own Adventure about systemic sexism in reproductive healthcare for the New York Times Op-Doc series definitely deserves your eyeballs too:

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