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Out and Out Radical

New Directions for Progressive Organizing ...

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The Politics of Self-Absorption

Experience versus Solidarity in Movement Dynamics ...

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Hijras, a Police Crusade and an Action

Bangalore, the new global city, is 'cleaning up' and police justify their brutality saying that they are just following orders. India has reached new heights of physical and sexual abuse and arbitrary arrests of hijras . But recent events have ...

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The Election of Homophobia and Misogyny

It is time to confront theocratic bigotry head on. ...

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Kotis and Sexual Politics in Eastern India

"The males who take up the "Koti" identity are situated in a zone between mainstream masculinity and the highly marginalized Hijra identity, operating from the border of classes, communities and genders." ...

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Sex, Lies and the Internet

The recent arrest of four men in Lucknow in India, and the media representation of the incident, offer a chance to explore questions of identity, national hypocrisy and media ethics. ...

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Bollywood Does AIDS

A daring and bold new Bollywood film takes on AIDS, stereotypes, and homophobia. My Brother... Nikhil , based on a true story, shows a gay man grappling with AIDS through the eyes of his family and friends. ...

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Why the "Gay Rights Movement" is Anti-Immigrant Rights

The "gay rights" movement has rarely shared a table with the immigrant rights movement. Focused on the right to marry and rights of citizens, it leaves behind much needed coalition building between the movements. ...

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If My Vagina Could Speak...

South Asian Sisters presents Yoni Ki Baat ...

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Organizing Delhi's Pride: A Conversation with Gautam Bhan

The biggest difference is that pride in India is still part-protest, part-celebration, part a call for dignity, part a claim for public space, part-assertion and part-fear. ...

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