In the light of a recent judgment, where the Supreme Court observed that family benefits must extend to same-sex couples and other atypical households, Outlook draws up a list of pro-queer judicial and legislative developments. This is the second of our two-part deep-dive into the status of gender identities in India.
A book that brings to light positive stories from the heart of central India's tribal districts hit by Naxal menace
Prasun Chatterjee’s debut film focuses on a childhood friendship in the backdrop of communal polarisation to send a strong message
A look at the world of Bihar’s popular folk dance form—in which men dress as women and different animals—as its most prominent exponent Ramchandra Manjhi passes away
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel was among the leaders who were present when Rahul Gandhi recently launched his Bharat Jodo Yatra from Kanyakumari.
Even as Congress's pan-India march gets a rousing welcome as it winds through the southern states, questions about its purpose and the party leadership keep getting asked
In India, drag culture is slowly becoming a medium to express personal politics
Despite legal protection, trans children find it difficult to navigate the education system that is riddled with institutionalised othering.
Kalki Subramaniam sews poetry, art and even a matrimony website together to reflect on and mitigate trans struggles.
Despite the NALSA verdict and Trans Act, the law still favours perpetrators of sexual violence against the transgender community and is far from a deterrent. Activists call for immediate interventions against sexual crime targeting trans people.
A long look at legal aspects of gender violence facilitated by digital communication technologies on Internet and social media
Amid positive changes in the legal landscape for the LGBTQIA+ community, a lesbian woman wonders why she still needs to travel abroad to get her same-sex marriage registered.
In the light of a recent judgment, where the Supreme Court observed that family benefits must extend to same-sex couples and other atypical households, Outlook draws up a list of pro-queer judicial and legislative developments.
Across the world, countries have begun to recognise and legally protect universal laws for the LGBT community. But there is a lurking fear that many of the hard-fought rights could get rescinded.
Ancient Indian texts stand testimony to the multiplicity of gender roles that were normalised in society
Recent remarks by Indian courts, albeit mere observations, could open the doors for queer families to challenge the laws that prevent the achievement of equal recognition.
She chose acamedic pursuit to escape the crushing social stigma. Today, she helps others like her stand up on their feet
Since a 2014 judgment by the Supreme Court, transpeople have been legally recognised. But discrimination and abuse persist.
What is a relationship? Is it just about sex and physical intimacy? Or is it about emotional sharing? Or does caring for each other form the core of a relationship?