Be out, loud and proud!
About our Logo
No more hiding in the shadows. No more hurt and rejection. Be out, loud and proud! It’s time to accept and love yourself. It’s time to lead the charge! It’s time to own your stand, and stand out in a crowd. The time has come to embrace your identity.
Say it out loud: I Am Trans.
I Am Trans is a movement that speaks about loving and accepting yourself first! It is a representation of transgender rights and transgender pride. Taking its inspiration from the Transgender Pride Flag, the I Am Trans logo has three colours: blue, pink and white. Blue is the traditional colour for boys; pink is the traditional colour for girls; and white symbolises those that are transitioning or self-identify as neutral or a gender of their choice.
"Who created you, created us"That is the ultimate truth. We have all come from the same source, and we are all human beings. What better reason can there be for acceptance and inclusion? What other motivation could there be to treat all of us equally and show each other kindness? Seeing the world from this perspective it is obvious that we should have the same rights and dignity that are enjoyed by the rest of society.
ParivaarParent Support Group
- Forum for Parents
- Practice Sharing
- Gender Affirming Care
- Health Services
Doosra GharCrisis Intervention Centre
- Shelter and Food
- Livelihood Options
- Health Services
Lalitha BhavanCommunity Kitchen
- Food for all, livelihood for some
- Community TouchPoint
- Community Hall
AchievementsNearly 2.1 million people in India live with HIV, making it the world’s third largest population affected by this epidemic (UNAIDS, 2018). Sadly, HIV is concentrated among certain parts of the population which include mainly transgender persons, sex workers and migrant workers. Living and working in the same surroundings, these intersecting communities have been impacted both by the virus and poor social and economic conditions, making them doubly vulnerable.
HIV TreatmentStarting in 2012, we have impacted 40-50,000 lives including Transgender persons, Female Sex Workers & Children, Truckers, Migrant workers, and drug users so far.
Food & Hygiene KitsStarting in 2019, we have impacted more than 17,500 lives of Transgenders, Persons Living with HIV, Migrant workers, Quarantined
people/ centres, etc.