LGBTQIA+ Inclusive

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Queer as an umbrella term

The many coloured flags representing the many letters of LGBTQIA+ cannot contain the expressiveness of the community. This has led to many people referring to themselves as part of the queer community. Not only does this word help reclaim a slur, but, it also reminds us of the contrast of the past and present.

Focus on Strengths to Change the World
Where we’re in school, our intellects are judged by the grades we receive or our performance in some form of sports. We are constantly pushed to explore everything that the education system has to offer – however limited that may be – to essentially get into college. Yet, there is no focus on expanding the strengths available to people in school. AP tests set aside, let’s say you are good at a subject, the system …
IPC Section 8
Indian law has been seldom on the side of the LGBTQIA+ community. From the now decriminalized section 377, the British law that called any sex not between a male and a female – unnatural – to the passing of the 2019 Trans Persons Protection Bill that managed to discriminate against them while masquerading as human rights. A lot of the times, it feels pointless to argue with people who have fine-tuned their bureaucratic work to …
The 2 New Generations of Experiences
People are now chasing experiences. Maslow's Hierarchy defines physiological needs as the top priority when it comes to the different needs a human has or develops. Physiological needs in layman's terms are food, water, shelter, and clothing. Knowing what we know now, this isn't any groundbreaking research. The stage right after that is the safety and security needs. This is more a stage of physical wellbeing along with a sense of security in the economic …
Workplace Diversity is Underrated
People in India are still uncomfortable to talk about sexuality, gender identities and educate people in the workplace.Pronoy Roy, Author and Blogger In the last 5 years, I have lived in two very different countries. One is the United States of America, a place where people constantly talk about diversity, the betterment of each other and bringing in newer ideas. The other one – India, a country so large people from different parts even look …
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