Marriage is viewed as an inevitable end-goal – but only if it fits prescribed community standards of heterosexuality and caste endogamy.
Jeeja Ghosh's case is a huge victory for disability rights.
Desi families are not the only ones who deny their children the autonomy of choosing a partner, it is a global phenomenon.
On 30th June, the lower house of the German Parliament legalized same-sex marriages for Germany. In this stead, this piece analyzes why this move of the German Parliament is so significant given the turbulent history of same-sex legislation in Germany.
In a welcoming move, The Madras High Court recently quashed the criminal case against Tamil writer Perumal Murugan.
Sujatha Surepally, a professor at Satavahana University, is being attacked by right-wing trolls for "supposedly" burning a poster of 'Bharat Mata'.
India's third UPR raised questions on human rights violation such as marital rape, violation of privacy, queer rights, insurgency in Kashmir among others.
A quick guide on how a survivor of rape can navigate through the criminal justice system.
Women Against Sexual Violence and State Repression (WSS) and Telangana Hijra Intersex Transgender Samiti (THITS) condemn the barbaric attack on a transgender woman by army jawans in Hyderabad, demands immediate and stringent action for justice.
Kareena Kapoor Khan was asked whether she is feminist. In a tiresome and clichéd routine, she explained how she believes in equal rights but is not a feminist.