Zanji Sinkala was on track for a prestigious corporate lifestyle in Zambia. She gave it all up to raise awareness of the theft of women's land.
While lesbians and gender-nonconforming women still face stigma and violence, Indian liberals and corporations turn to transition as the answer
Groped, touched “by mistake,” and leered at, I developed a profound hatred towards my breasts as a teenager. This hatred extended to my whole body, thanks to Indian men, and the impossible standards of performative femininity. I am quite sure I suffered from dysphoria of some kind, and in the
What happens when you raise women’s voices without commodifying their suffering?