Hi, I'm Anjali. I want girls to stop feeling that no one will listen to us just because we are girls. Growing up a woman in my community can be very hard at times because there are so many things that are not talked about. Here's my story.
Pavel writes and conducts training on sexuality and gender, LGBTQIA+, and co-founded the Chinky Homo project that aims to compile an anthology of lived realities of queer person from North East India. Pavel studied at MSU Baroda and Hyderabad Central University pursuing applied linguistic and translation studies, and gender studies at Ambedkar University, Delhi. Through their work, they try to understand themselves and the community they belong to better.
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