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The Right to Privacy: The Promise for full Recognition of Transgender Rights

The Right to Privacy judgements most certainly include the right to one’s self-identified gender identity as upheld in NALSA v. Union of India.


art: The Complete Independence

When all citizens are freed from the shackles of prejudice and oppression, then we will truly have reason to celebrate independence.


poem: intimate feelings

lying on the bed, i tend a sacrificial fire, and invent a new hymn: this.


First as Apathy, Then as Farce: The Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill, 2016

The Standing Committee report on the Trans Rights Bill, and the Bill itself, deny transgender people those constitutional rights upheld in the NALSA judgement.