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PROBLEMS FACED BY LGBT PEOPLE

The expression “LGBT” represents lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans gender. A lesbian is lady drawn to another ladies. Gay is a man drawn to another man. Bisexual individuals are drawn to more than one gender. A transgender individual is somebody whose sex personality varies from the one they were appointed […]

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Dr. Trinetra Haldar Gummaraju

Born as Angad Gummaraju, Trinetra grew up always feeling alienated from her own body and plagued by society’s norms of gender identity. Having faced immense scrutiny and provocation from both society and her peers over the years for being different, finally, at the age of 20 she made the brave […]

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The Transgender Rights.

Transsexual individuals come from varying backgrounds, and HRC Foundation has assessed that there are multiple million of us across the United States. We are guardians, kin, and children. We are […]

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TRANSGENDER PERSONS (PROTECTION OF RIGHTS) RULES (2021)

The Introduction 1. The government of India has already pushed and continues to push the Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019 and Rules, 2020 as an extraordinarily progressive thing. However, that’s not true. 2. The Rules describing how the Act would be implemented were rolled out for consultation in […]

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Break the Binary

How will you feel when you’ll be made fun of based on your gender? or How will you feel when your family will abandon you because of your gender?These are the most basic challenges faced by transgenders in India. They’re insulted for their appearance knowing that it’s natural and not […]

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Situation of Transgender in India

“The Indian Supreme Court’s determination that transgender people constitute a Third Gender under the constitution, as well as recent laws, has considerably increased transgender people’s recognition and rights.” Who is a transgender person? Simply put, transgender people are individuals whose gender does not correspond to the gender assigned at birth. […]

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