Pride marches are about acceptance. People from a wide range of spectrum come together for ONE DAY in a year to celebrate their existence and their individuality.
I feel stuck in my skin
This isn't who I am,
And will they ever believe that I'm a woman?
If I'm born a man.
Whether I love doing drag, I am yet to figure.
Everyone around me seemed elated, not a single care in the world, and a fire in their eyes, a storm brewing.
Bisexuality is defined as experiencing sexual attraction to two or more genders. Pansexuality, on the other hand, is an attraction to all genders.
A truly remarkable 10th year and exciting time for all of us.
The Oxford English Dictionary defines 'gender-fluid' as "denoting or relating to a person who does not identify themselves as having a fixed gender."
It's important to remember that at the end of the day, gender is a social construct––an idea that was established by society.
Here is a beautiful story breaking away from this stereotype and shows that acceptance can come from anyone.
The show is lauded as a landmark in transgender representation on television and film, with Soloway enacting a "transfirmative action program", where showmakers hire transgender applicants in preference to cisgender people.
Campus spaces are arenas where thinking minds have the freedom to engage in conversations, and discuss the otherwise allegedly ‘uncomfortable’ subjects.
I am from a small town called Kamshet (Lonavala), where being open about your sexual orientation is considered a sin and people never accept it.
Through our imagination, we are making these spaces more welcoming for those who identify as LGBTQIA+ and value diversity.
This year marks the 10th milestone of the LGBTQ+ community’s collective struggle to fight back against homophobia, transphobia, shame and stigma.
Raised in an Orthodox Catholic family as a female, Michael hopes to transition to male in the future, but is apprehensive about how his family might react.
Social work is being commercialized. We even call it social work rather than social service… helping others is not a kind of business.
If this book has to be a homage to anything, it should be to the strength that the writer displays as he chronicles his life before and after being diagnosed seropositive.
For a long time, I prayed to God that I become a girl the next day and that people forget I was ever a boy -- because for me, to love a man, it was necessary to be a woman!
Narrative of traditional south-Asian families and their ideas of a fulfilling life is a central thread through the novel.
I realised that my family being accepting was a privilege because there are so many others who would not be as accepting. But should it be a privilege?