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Why Bengali poet Suman Sadhu is talking love, gender and politics in his latest anthology

The poems address the taboo associated with being a part of the community that is considered to be a fringe of the society. Suman wants to be their voice  

Published on 18th September 2019
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TISS Queer Collective slams transgender activist Laxmi Tripathi for 'Ram Mandir' comments

The queer students on campus claim the activist made savarna Hindutva comments and made queer students feel unsafe and threatened

Published on 18th September 2019
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Why you should read Parmesh Shahani's book 'Queeristan: LGBTQ Inclusion in Corporate India'

On September 6, 2018, a five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court unanimously decriminalised part of the 158-year-old colonial law under Section 377 of the IPC

Published on 9th September 2019
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No single 'gay gene', says largest-ever DNA analysis by researchers from Europe and the US

"There is no single gay gene but rather the contribution of many small genetic effects scattered across the genome," said the study

Published on 30th August 2019
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Choosing adoption over having kids is a personal decision: Nandana Dev Sen

Through her latest book In My Heart, Nandana Dev Sen talks about adoption and love and why every child has a need to know where they came from

 

Published on 26th August 2019
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From LGBT positivity to zentangle pandas, why Rhiti Chatterjee Bose's art is important

Rhiti studied at Manchester Metropolitan University and was looking for a job keenly, that's when the assignment with the Refugee Council came up

Published on 21st August 2019
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Homophobic attack leaves Hyderabad man with an injured leg

Almost a year has passed since section 377 was read down by the Supreme Court in September 2018, however the violence subjected to the LGBTQI community has not died down

Published on 29th July 2019
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Remembering Shankar Ganesan, who proved one can be openly asexual and an academic in India

Being one of the openly asexual academics, 49-year-old Shankar Ganesan passed away on Wednesday. We spoke to his friends, students and acquaintances

Published on 27th July 2019
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Godhra, gender fluidity content cut: DU's English Dept sees nothing wrong with the syllabus, passes it unanimously

The EC had demanded a total of 26 changes that the English department had earlier called absurd and irrational, but has now passed it with the external faculty even commending the content

Published on 26th July 2019
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We don't know what to teach the students, say teachers as Delhi University syllabi kept hanging till July 31

After all the brouhaha, an oversight committee will be set up to see that the review is done properly and a decision will be made in 10 days or thereabouts

Published on 23rd July 2019
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DU curriculum row: Revision Committee sends back 'absurd' modifications to English syllabus

Teachers alleged that the NDTF and ABVP have tried to scuttle the English syllabus and the outcome was evident the day of the AC meeting

Published on 20th July 2019
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We have the argument, they have the might: DU teachers forced to revise chapters on Godhra, caste, gender

The English, Political Science and History departments have revised their syllabus after the Academic Council meeting

Published on 19th July 2019
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Facebook to double women workforce globally in the next five years

Since 2014, Facebook has increased the number of Black women at Facebook by 25 times and the number of Black men by 10 times

Published on 10th July 2019
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How companies are ensuring their employees are gender, LGBT-sensitive and unbiased

Several corporate companies have come up with various strategies to overcome biases especially the ones that go unnoticed

Published on 4th July 2019
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Coping with gender oddity of students: How schools are adopting a gender-inclusive curriculum to prevent bullying

Educators, who for centuries have divided students into boys and girls, are now figuring out better ways to address students who are non-binary, gender fluid and gender non-conforming

Published on 29th June 2019

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