Varun Khandare, Divya Roop and Juhi Taneja explore public reactions to gender neutrality on the streets of Delhi.
+ Jacket, t-shirt, trousers: Zara
Post the abolition of Section 377 in India, Varun Khandare, Divya Roop and Juhi Taneja explore public reactions to gender neutrality on the streets of Delhi. Numb to unwarranted comments and stares Divya received during the shoot, he says, “I’ve been harassed, assaulted and molested so many times that I cant even remember the count.” For him, stepping out into society as ones true self is the only way forward.
+ Bolero, dress: Zara
+ Dress: Rara Avis by Sonal Verma
+ Bolero, Dress, leggings, Shoes: Zara
+ Jacket, top, Trousers: Zara
+Dress: Rara Avis by Sonal Verma
Photographed by: Varun Khandare – @varunkhandare
Styling: Juhi Taneja – @juhitaneja
Model: Divya Roop – @_divyaroop_
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