The poem talks about the experience of having gender dysphoria.
A Personal Narrative on Queer Dissent
In India, queer dissent has been very visible in the recent past and it gives me a sense of kinship, familiarity and resonance during difficult times where the road ahead looks …
The Double Lives of Gay Men in China’s Hainan Province
Gay men in marginal provinces like Hainan are claiming spaces and building communities in their own secret worlds.
Standing ‘Bi’ the Sidelines: On Not Feeling ‘Queer Enough’
The bisexual community faces some unique struggles that are often pushed into the shadows along with our identities.
What It’s Like to Be Queer and HIV Positive in India
I am not afraid to talk about it openly in public for I don't understand why HIV should be a hush-hush topic.
Section 377 Verdict: An Ode to Love, Equality and Freedom
We have to seek strength from each other and our lived experiences. We have to give up self-hate and embrace self-love.
I Am so Gay Today: On Coming Out of the Closet
Today as I entered my home, mom and dad gave me a tight hug and said, in their happiest voices, “Congratulations son! Now it's legal.”
Disabled LGBT+ Young People Face a Battle Just to Be Taken Seriously
Interviewees report being told their identity is just a 'phase'.
Why We Should Stop Saying that Section 377 is Just a Colonial Relic
In contemporary, post-colonial India, Section 377 is used for arbitrary detention, interrogation, extortion, harassment and rape. Homophobia isn't just a colonial trait.