Globally, trans people are confronted by discrimination and violence, and young trans people experience depression at four times the rate of their peers.
Happiest Season is a refreshing change from the films and content that preach messages of queer inclusivity, for its value isn’t just performative.
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.
Mere symbolic decriminalisation does nothing to help LGBTQIA+ people when there aren’t measures in place to protect their dignity and personhood.
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.
The Transgender Persons Act and the council it creates has been subjected to criticism from the transgender community of being unconstitutional.
Gender identity is one’s personal sense of being a man, woman or someone outside of that binary. Sexual orientation has to do with who you are attracted to.
Non-recognition of the identity of Hijras/Transgenders in the various legislations denies them equal protection of the law and they face wide-spread discrimination. – NALSA judgement , 2014.
For many children born to same-sex couples through international surrogacy, there is a risk they could become stateless.
Love, especially in a politically divided world continues to be an act of revolution, an act of defiance.
Queer affirmative therapy is a therapeutic practice that takes a positive view of Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Queer persons, their identities, and their relationships.
In this listicle, we bring you some works from the regional cinema that manage to cross the barrier of language and capture the need for acceptance and desire for love that LGBTQIA+ community feels.