Queeristan written by Parmesh Shahani makes a strong case for the inclusion of members of the LGBTQIA community within workspaces, especially in the corporate sector in India.
“A court verdict does not mean a sort of magical creation of equality overnight. A court verdict now requires us to go above and beyond”. So what lies ahead?
This belief was common in the till about the 18th century. 19th century saw the rise of modern medicine and visiting doctors became a common phenomenon and then awareness about women’s genitals
Discussing the nuances of short story writing with Kritika Pandey, Sukanya Venkatraghavan and Koral Das Gupta.
Gujarat High Court recently opened the General or the Open category for reserved class women.
Art gives absolute freedom to express oneself through lines and colours and is a great tool for for seeking justice the oppressed, says Kalki Subramaniam.
Poets Nirmala Putul, Jacinda Kerketta speak about Adivasi language which does not make the distinction between male and female pronouns which exists in Hindi and English.
Mohanaswamy is semi-autobiographical in nature and draws heavily from its author Vasudhendra’s experiences.
Mary Anning was a palaeontologist in 19th Century England. She belonged to a time when the National Geographical Society in Britain did not admit woman.
To understand the phenomenon of drag culture, SheThePeople.TV speaks with Kushboo, who is the drag avatar of Ikshaku Bezbaroa.
The Transgender Persons Act and the council it creates has been subjected to criticism from the transgender community of being unconstitutional.
“As risk-takers it is easier for artists to engage in subversion to demand change and overthrow aggressive imperialist forces,” Says illustrator Kokila.