'Now, You Can Go Home' is a compilation of photo works created in the past two years and continues to be an open project.
“Oh wowwwwwww, Ravi. You totally look like a girl.” His best friend sounded ecstatic.
Why is there an anxiety about existence of people with sexual orientation other than the one accepted by the privileged hetero order?
On the evening of the rehearsals, we were told Urmi was having second thoughts about performing.
He realized he was a trans-male when watching a TV programme on transgenders and has moved to Mumbai to complete his transition.
A film by Laurie Colson & Axelle Le Dauphin.
This is a partial transcription of a video interview with Urmi Jadhav and Madhuri Sarode of the Dancing Queens
DarkMatter, the amazing duo that has been creating waves around the world for their poetry is composed of trans - South Asian artists Alok Vaid-Menon and Janani Balasubramanian.
Mafaka is a self-deprecating use of the Indian pidgin word for the popular expletive motherfucker.
Roopbaan is a Bangladeshi non-profit, non-political, volunteer-based platform for LGBT individuals and their allies.
Every morning when I wake up and look at my closet I ask myself, "How much do I want to be street harassed today?"
I have been living with HIV for the past ten years and have developed the capacity of CBOs and networks that work for PLHIV and gender minorities.
Colour of Trans 2.0 is an evocative performance by trans activists Living Smile Vidya, Angel Glady and Gee Imaan Semmalar.
Everyday, I come across posts about rapes, suicides, murders and all of it is very heart breaking news.
Jayjaykar is about an old man, Retd. Maj. Akhand, who meets a group of Hijras in a funny situation and helps them to achieve self respect.
A bunch of us were drinking at the Dhaba near college. It was a girls’ night out.
In line with the greatest parodies and Taiwanese animations of all time, Gaysi collaborated with a talented animator to make this happen.
The recent episode of Satyamev Jayate, ‘Accepting alternate sexualities’, which aired on the 19th of October, 2014 led to a myriad of debates.
Rudrani Chettri is a human rights activist, LGBTI and Transgender Rights activist.
Nagma and Zoya themselves,(*names changed) and representatives of
People’s Union of Civil Liberties, Rajasthan and Voices Against 377
will address the media.