The private lives of Delhi’s LGBT youth8 min read 29 Apr 2017, 11:23 PM IST
A glimpse into the lives and existential woes of the youth of Delhi's LGBT community through Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh's photo book 'Delhi: Communities of Belonging'
There is something unflinching about Jatin when he looks into the camera. Reedy with a head full of dark hair casually parted in the middle, he is unsmiling. Even as he is photographed with one of his casual sex partners who, on the other hand, is grinning widely, Jatin wears a sombre expression. Except when he is photographed dancing, pinching his denim with his fingers as if he is ready to twirl. Then, he is grinning. Though identified as a kothi (a term for effeminate men), Jatin has been married to a woman, forcibly by his family, and has three children.
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