Cinema Ghar Presents: Boxed

06.00 PM - 08.00 PM

Conflictorium
Gool Lodge Opposite R.C High School of Commerce, Delhi Chakla, Ahmedabad, India 380001

Open For All.

2020-02-07 18:00:00 2020-02-07 20:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Cinema Ghar Presents: Boxed

The film focuses on the subject of gender being something more than a binary and how the current society due to their beliefs based on misinformation and lack of understanding about gender fluidity is pushing gender minorities to margins and is also not leaving any room for flexibility and variance in gender expression for anyone.

It is discussed how the norms have changed over the years and how it is not just an issue pertaining to the Trans community but also limits the expression of a ‘Cis Man or Woman’. The film discusses the notion of gender incongruence being ‘unnatural’, how things that were considered unacceptable in the past are widely prevalent now and also how pop-culture representation plays a role in establishing gender roles. It then leads to the aspects of trans bill 2019 that have been passed on 26th November 2019 and waiting for the president’s signature to become an actor. The biggest reason behind the opposition to the bill being that a decent number of people were not consulted from the community while it’s the formulation and that the bill has many clauses that are in contradiction with the Supreme Court’s NALSA judgment and has also ignored many crucial directions from it. The film is the culmination of views of the community regarding the bill.

The film will be followed by a discussion with Rachelle Bharati Chandran and Sagar.
Rachelle Bharathi Chandran is a Dalit, Non-Binary identifying Pansexual person. He is currently pursuing research in the area of aesthetics and neuroimaging. Zir’s interests and work intersect within areas of intergenerational trauma, sex and gender within Dalit communities, accessible healthcare and creating support groups for marginalized persons.
Sagar identifies as a transwoman and prefers she/they pronouns. She has recently completed a Master’s in Physics.

 

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Conflictorium
Gool Lodge Opposite R.C High School of Commerce, Delhi Chakla, Ahmedabad, India 380001

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The film focuses on the subject of gender being something more than a binary and how the current society due to their beliefs based on misinformation and lack of understanding about gender fluidity is pushing gender minorities to margins and is also not leaving any room for flexibility and variance in gender expression for anyone.

It is discussed how the norms have changed over the years and how it is not just an issue pertaining to the Trans community but also limits the expression of a ‘Cis Man or Woman’. The film discusses the notion of gender incongruence being ‘unnatural’, how things that were considered unacceptable in the past are widely prevalent now and also how pop-culture representation plays a role in establishing gender roles. It then leads to the aspects of trans bill 2019 that have been passed on 26th November 2019 and waiting for the president’s signature to become an actor. The biggest reason behind the opposition to the bill being that a decent number of people were not consulted from the community while it’s the formulation and that the bill has many clauses that are in contradiction with the Supreme Court’s NALSA judgment and has also ignored many crucial directions from it. The film is the culmination of views of the community regarding the bill.

The film will be followed by a discussion with Rachelle Bharati Chandran and Sagar.
Rachelle Bharathi Chandran is a Dalit, Non-Binary identifying Pansexual person. He is currently pursuing research in the area of aesthetics and neuroimaging. Zir’s interests and work intersect within areas of intergenerational trauma, sex and gender within Dalit communities, accessible healthcare and creating support groups for marginalized persons.
Sagar identifies as a transwoman and prefers she/they pronouns. She has recently completed a Master’s in Physics.

 

Source : Facebook.




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