Anjali Lama, from Nepal, has come a long way.
An attempt to interpret queer love.
"If you love and accept your child, society will fall in line."
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It's all for a good cause.
While Catholic bishops in the U.S. debate over gender neutral bathrooms, one church-run charity in India is looking to new ways to embrace the transgender community. Caritas India, a branch of Catholi...
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Love doesn't win, patriarchy does.
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This indie, which has received several positive reviews on the film festival circuit, is a drama on the complex relationship between three men.
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The Bill confers the right upon transgender persons to be recognised as such and also grants them the right to 'self-perceived' gender identity.
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A couple of months ago, a friend and I were ambling in Delhi Haat, where we encountered an exquisite painting. The painting depicted Krishna massaging Radha's feet. My friend found the painting a bit curious. When we sat down to treat ourselves with some melt-in-the-mouth pooranpolis at the Maharashtra food stall, he asked me," Isn't Krishna supposed to be the alpha-male, the chick-magnet? How can he be shown to be so subservient?"
And it says something about our priorities as a nation.