Sangama is a sexual minorities, sex workers and people living HIV human rights organization for individuals oppressed due to their sexual preference.Sexuality minorities include, but are not limited to, hijras, kothis, doubledeckers, jogappas, lesbians, bisexuals, homosexuals, gays, female-to-male/male-to-female transsexuals and other transgenders. We aim to help live their lives with self acceptance, self respect and dignity. We especially emphasize the concerns of sexuality minorities from poor and/or non-English speaking backgrounds and sexuality minority sex workers, who otherwise have little to no access to information and resources.
- International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia Posted on 29 May 2017
Messages and photos from the event. Read More
- Karnataka Sex Workers Union Protest Posted on 19 Mar 2017
KSWU protested against exclusion from Jayamala Cmte. Press release ... Read More
- Women Protest Against Dec 31 Molestation Posted on 11 Jan 2017
Press coverage and photos from the protest. Read More
India is witnessing a period in its history wherein people are discussing and debating issues of gender, sexuality and sex work to a degree that would have been unimaginable even a few years ago. With more and more sexuality minorities coming out in the open, India is forced to acknowledge the presence of diverse genders and sexualities. However there remains a basic lack of information and understanding about sexuality minorities in much of Indian society.