Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Feminism Is Still Not Inclusive: A Queer Take

These expectations from different genders and people who don’t believe in the construct of gender — or those who are agender, gender nonconforming, gender fluid or polygender — make us limiting. There’s so much that each one of us can do if and only if society places its fuck in appropriate place. Continue reading Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Feminism Is Still Not Inclusive: A Queer Take

The Curious Case of Shefali Vaidya

A Hindutva Ideologue Couldn’t “Unsee” Queer Person With a Bindi

The invisibilization of the trans* community that this Bill ensures and the vile intentions of the ruling party are not unknown to us. It’d be fair to assume that the contemporary India is a perfect place for people like Shefali Vaidya to proliferate and play instrumental role in spreading all kinds of exclusionary messages. Continue reading A Hindutva Ideologue Couldn’t “Unsee” Queer Person With a Bindi

Society, If Same-Sex Love Isn’t Part of Your Definition of Love, Then You’re in for Trouble

A very poignant narrative based on the lives of a lifeguard Russell (Tom Cullen) and an artist Glen (Chris New), this movie is deftly directed by Andrew Haigh. I choose to write this epilogue to put things in perspective. There are so many reasons behind homosexual people remaining closeted. The major factors, unsurprisingly, are their families and society. Continue reading Society, If Same-Sex Love Isn’t Part of Your Definition of Love, Then You’re in for Trouble