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Chennai Dost founder Vikranth reflects on visibility, community and the meaning of Pride in his blog post
Every transsexual goes through a battle to relate her personal feelings to the society and often to his/her own family. But certainly that is what makes us that much stronger and wholesome. Atleast we take on the mental conditioning of society, feel a lot more liberated and question suppression. And being a Transexual for me is not about the glamour or the awe-struck compliments from sleazy men. Its about being ME!
The otherwise out and proud CRC members and their allies appeared with face masks at the press meet.
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