Many profiles on Amour are openly defying the “genitalization” of one’s sexual orientation, or “sexualization” of queer dating.
Two years ago the Supreme Court of India’s NALSA verdict laid out a charter of possibilities for the rights of the transgender community – a community which has been ostracized for centuries. Protecting those who survive outside the man-woman construct was the heart of the verdict and it was followed by two bills on the […]
Two scripts is all we’re given. One is marked ‘man’ and one is marked ‘woman,’ and we sometimes forget both are social constructs.
Once we educate ourselves about the existing identities, it will be easier for us to begin to see the queer population as a part of mainstream society.