On December 17, many trans and intersex rights activists met in Delhi, the Indian capital, to protest the government’s Transgender Persons [Protection of Rights] Bill 2016.
Before moving to India, I barely had a clue about sustainable fashion. The only environment on my mind while shopping was the chill at most over air-conditioned malls.
Sustainable sweaters aren’t easy to find. But winter is upon us, and Team TLC is a big fan of going easy on the carbon footprint.
Sarah Modak has been drawing and painting for as long as she can remember. An undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Visual Arts,
Vandana Verma is a self-described wellness nerd, who channels that obsession into her website Tonic.co. She’s also the head of content at Nicobar,
Two days ago, a 17-year-old girl spoke up on social media alleging that a man molested her while both were on a plane.
The role of the nautch girl in Bollywood has evolved over the years. First, it was filled by the Anarkali-esque courtesan.
Sustainable Fashion doesn’t stop at vegan leather, or even organically dyed leather. TLC is also a big fan of vintage and pre-loved shoes and clothing.
As a country that just saw an adult woman’s rights ignored by the Supreme Court and witnessed the brutal burning of a man because of “love jihad,”
Sustainable Fashion has many benefits — a clear conscience, lasting clothing, personally meeting with the small label designers. But, since switching over,
India’s LGBTQI community is adapting classical dance forms to give themselves a voice in dance.
Case in point: a Bharatanatyam performance depicting a lesbian coming out story that’s been making rounds on social media.