In this issue, Dr. Himadri Roy talks about how Farsi- the Persian language whose words have merged with Hindi- was adapted by gay men in Delhi. Pakistan held general and assembly elections on May 11th. For the first time in the history of Pakistan, transgenders, or Khwaja Siras, contested the elections. Sachin Jain interviews Bindiya Rana and reports about the challenges they faced while contesting and the issues on which they fought the elections. Abhishek Divyam writes back once again about problems of a homosexual teenager and wonders where the gay teens are after all?
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