There is still little awareness of queer culture in India, so it isn't surprising that we have no idea of the many 'happily married' Indian wives who identify as queer, but have no option.
Though the Transgender Persons Bill was recently passed in the Lok Sabha, the community is not particularly happy with it. Here are a few reasons why.
Remember the revolutionary lawyers Arundhati Katju and Menaka Guruswamy who fought against the archaic section 377? Now they have inspired us even more - by coming out as a couple.
After IBM, Godrej Group, and Accenture, now Citigroup Inc. and Star India take the step towards being inclusive by extending insurance, parenting, and other benefits to partners of LGBT+ employees.
Transgender students often drop out at puberty once their gender issues surface and they face discrimination, and are deprived of basic education. Kerala is tried to correct this.
Being a South-Asian (desi) and also an LGBTQ+ teenager is a double whammy of being a minority population in the US. Where can they go for help?
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