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Long Road To Freedom

Long Road To Freedom
Photograph by Apoorva Salkade
Long Road To Freedom
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2020-02-14T17:38:02+05:30

LGBTQ rights activist, Harish Iyer, talks about multiple identities and many ideologies of the community, and how the fight for more rights – like against Trans Act – needs to continue. Some laws treat certain sections as sub-humans. The fears still exist, and are palpable. An interview with Lachmi Deb Roy.

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