National Service Scheme, SRCC

National Service Scheme, SRCC NSS is an organisation with the main objective of selfless 'SEVA'. It aims to build among young gener
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"In your happiness, we find our own"
The very spirit of NSS helps to channelize energy and idealism of individuals into selfless community service. The NSS society aims to sensitize individuals throughout the year by means of myriad activities ranging from social support, blood donation camps, cleanliness drives,etc.Volunteers work with an unbridled enthusiasm and zest to make a difference to the

society.Thus, NSS through its endeavors helps in the development of a sense of social responsibility and holistic development of the community to which we owe a lot. Teacher-In-Charge : Dr. Kuljeet Kaur
President : Shivansh Raj
Vice President : Rushi Keshwar Reddy
Secretary : Shruti Agrawal

"HIV does not make people dangerous to know, so you can shake their hands and give them a hug: Heaven knows they need it...
01/12/2023

"HIV does not make people dangerous to know, so you can shake their hands and give them a hug: Heaven knows they need it." - Princess Diana.
Join us as we commemorate , standing together in solidarity with those impacted by HIV/AIDS. Let's advocate for awareness, support, and inclusive education. Together, we can break barriers, challenge stigma, and pave the way for a world free from discrimination and filled with compassion.

Leaving home, a bittersweet farewell I make,To venture where a foreign tongue does wake,Two suitcases hold my dreams and...
30/11/2023

Leaving home, a bittersweet farewell I make,
To venture where a foreign tongue does wake,
Two suitcases hold my dreams and memories,
As I embark on life's grand mysteries.

The skies above, a canvas vast and blue,
I board a flight, my heart is bid adieu,
To the familiar streets and faces known,
A new horizon calls, a world to be shown.

In lands where words are melodies unknown,
I'll learn the rhythm of this foreign zone,
A language, new and strange, it greets my ear,
With courage and with hope, I'll persevere.

As I touch down on soil I've never trod,
The world unfolds, a canvas vast and broad,
Each street and corner a story to unveil,
A journey of discovery without fail.

But in my heart, I carry what's most dear,
The love of home, the voices I hold near,
Though distance may now keep us far apart,
The love we share is etched within my heart.

With every challenge, I will find my way,
Embracing new horizons day by day,
For though I leave my home, my roots are strong,
And in the world's embrace, I do belong.

And when the day comes for my return,
With lessons learned and wisdom to discern,
I'll bring back with me, a heart more pure,
A stronger soul, and love that's sure.

In leaving and returning, I shall find,
That home's embrace is the sweetest kind,
For though I venture far, I'll be the one,
Who's come back home, a better person done.

By:- Ashwath V K

Wondering where Blob disappeared? He took a break, recharging for a healthier comeback! Ready to dive into a more balanc...
23/11/2023

Wondering where Blob disappeared?

He took a break, recharging for a healthier comeback! Ready to dive into a more balanced journey and prove that taking a break is a bold act of self-care. Let's redefine 'me time' and embrace a mindful pause together.

My childhood was different, it was unique. Having crushes on my brother's friends was a very normal thing for me. But wh...
16/11/2023

My childhood was different, it was unique. Having crushes on my brother's friends was a very normal thing for me. But when i stepped in my teenage days everything turned from unique to weird. The bullies,the names like chakka, meetha were normal for me. I couldn't play games that ‘BOYS’ are supposed to play, rather I felt comfortable playing teacher teacher. 😂 How crazy it is, right? No, not at all and I understood it during my 9th grade when I got to know about the term gay. Though my best friend always knew that I liked guys and we even talked about it so many times before but we never had any word for this *thing*. But it was in the 9th grade that we found out I identified as gay and that was the moment I can remember forever. After that our research started and we found all the information about it. Since then I have been telling about me to my closest ones, be it my sibling, cousins, teachers and friends. Now coming to the college (SRCC it is) this year held a lot of experience, shifting to new city, settling in, making new friends, crushes, specifically the straight ones and all the other things. It is teaching me a lot, more than anything else and in this up and down I am grateful to have me, my biggest strength. Accepting me was the bare minimum I have done for myself and I think everyone must have the courage to accept them because it starts with them. Love life to the fullest because you only live once. Live ,love( bohot Sara) and laugh (that too bohot Sara).
With love and care
From anonymous

Pawsitively Successful! 🐾We are thrilled to share the outstanding results of our Vaccination Drive, a collaborative effo...
14/11/2023

Pawsitively Successful! 🐾
We are thrilled to share the outstanding results of our Vaccination Drive, a collaborative effort between NSS SRCC and the Dhyan Foundation. Our mission to safeguard the health and well-being of our campus dogs was achieved in just six short hours, thanks to the incredible support of the Dhyan Foundation.🌻

This heartwarming initiative has successfully ensured the welfare of our campus's beloved furry residents, guaranteeing them a safe and healthy environment. Our commitment to their well-being remains steadfast, and we eagerly anticipate continuing our dedicated efforts.🐶

Fast fashion has been a trend that's taken the world by storm, but its consequences are alarming🚨. The constant cycle of...
09/11/2023

Fast fashion has been a trend that's taken the world by storm, but its consequences are alarming🚨. The constant cycle of producing and disposing of cheap, trendy fashion wreaks havoc on the environment.

The fashion industry generates a significant amount of waste and pollution, from manufacturing to transportation. The result? Landfills overflowing with discarded clothing👗, harmful chemicals used in textile production, and excessive carbon emissions.

We must prioritize sustainable and ethical fashion choices, such as opting for secondhand items, endorsing eco-conscious brands, and cutting down on our overall consumption. Let's unite to reduce our fashion footprint and safeguard our planet. 🌎♻️

Weird how we disappeared from each other's life. How is it nothing now when it was everything at some point?How do u not...
02/11/2023

Weird how we disappeared from each other's life.
How is it nothing now when it was everything at some point?
How do u not care about us anymore?
I get jealous sometimes seeing you not being affected anymore whereas me still crying to god about us.
I still wonder what will happen to all the promises, all the plans we made.
I really meant it when I said forever, I now understand your hesitation whenever I talked about future , you knew didn't you? You somewhere knew nothing is going to happen whenever I talked about future.
Guess you really didn't mean any of it. Guess I'm stuck in that forever alone. Forever without you.

Embark on an Artistic Odyssey: 🎨⏳Get ready to embark on a creative journey like never before with 'Canvas and Chronicles...
31/10/2023

Embark on an Artistic Odyssey: 🎨⏳

Get ready to embark on a creative journey like never before with 'Canvas and Chronicles' - where two thrilling competitions await:

🖌️ 'Brushstrokes And Beyond' - Showcase your artistic genius and transform your canvas into a masterpiece!

⏳ 'Just a Minute' - Craft compelling chronicles and share your stories in just 60 seconds!

Whether you're an established artist or an emerging talent, this competition is your platform to shine. So, pick up your brushes, your pens, and your imagination, and be part of this artistic journey.
Unlock the possibilities, explore your talents, and be part of this exciting fusion of art and storytelling.

Ready to make your mark? 🌟🎨📚

Get ready to feel the love! 🌈❤️ It's Asexuality Week, and we're busting out the rainbow flags to celebrate every unique ...
28/10/2023

Get ready to feel the love! 🌈❤️ It's Asexuality Week, and we're busting out the rainbow flags to celebrate every unique expression of asexuality. 🏳️‍🌈 From cuddles to high-fives, we're exploring how love, intimacy, and relationships can take on all sorts of amazing forms within the asexual community. 🌟 Let's debunk misconceptions, share our stories, and work towards a world where everyone is celebrated and respected 🤝✨Together, we'll unite, raise our voices, and demonstrate that love is a vibrant spectrum! 🌈🤗 It's time to learn, grow, and spread love during Asexuality Week! 🖤🌈

As I sit alone, pondering life's scarsAmidst the moonlight, under the stars;With no one around, I feel so easeWith solit...
26/10/2023

As I sit alone, pondering life's scars
Amidst the moonlight, under the stars;
With no one around, I feel so ease
With solitude embraced, yet lonelier space.
I start to recall, the memories I made
Yet the only thing I could find were the mistakes that won't fade.

"Why did people leave me? Where did I go wrong? Am I not enough? Or was I too dearth?"
This heart asks itself, while crying and questioning life's worth;
"Is the life too harsh?" Question arises
Does the weight of existence leave us compromised?
Was I always like this? Cursed with adversity?
Maybe, maybe not. Does it even matter? The child is gone.

As the night darkens, the moon brightens even more
As if telling to hold on, don't lose hope.
While reclining on ground, caressing my hand in grass
I pretend that i grasp the truth of life: that there should always be some unfortunates, some outcasts.
But if one would ask, my feelings on this
I'd say nothing, it holds no significance -
But deep down, why did it still have to be me? It aches my heart.

Empower, Defend, and Thrive! In a world where personal safety is paramount, this workshop offers you the chance to empow...
24/10/2023

Empower, Defend, and Thrive!
In a world where personal safety is paramount, this workshop offers you the chance to empower yourself, build self-confidence, and gain vital skills to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Join us in the Front Lawns at 2:00 PM on 25th October for an Empowering Self-Defense Workshop in collaboration with Delhi Police.

Unspoken words are present in the quiet,Hidden passions, untamed and astray,Waves restrained, their splendor contained,O...
19/10/2023

Unspoken words are present in the quiet,
Hidden passions, untamed and astray,
Waves restrained, their splendor contained,
Oh, why, I ponder, as heavens sigh,
Why pink is for girls and blue is for boys?
Let's shatter these stereotypes we wear,
For your life belongs to you alone,
Not mine or theirs,
In the mirror, your reflection see,
The person you're meant to be,
Not what you are supposed to be,
Release the grip of society's hold,
Embrace a story, daring and bold.

Yeah so my story goes like this...Before this day I wasn't even inquisitive about my body and where I stand on this beau...
17/10/2023

Yeah so my story goes like this...
Before this day I wasn't even inquisitive about my body and where I stand on this beautiful spectrum of sexuality, but this one day in standard 8th, my best friend was absent, I was sitting alone during our break where we were allowed to do our art projects or just sit and chat with our friends when a girl came and sat beside me and I being a shy introvert was not into conversations much but she started talking and after a while, she told me that she liked me a lot and at that moment I didn't know what to say or how to respond, I was all blank and looking at my reaction she understood and she smiled and said that it's okay if this is new to you and she doesn't want any answers but that she likes me and wanted to confess it but to me, her confession wasn't strange or this emotion was not strange to me because I knew that I wasn't strictly attracted to boys but never knew that we were allowed to feel this way but that day my thoughts were cleared, she was the light that tempted to embrace all those feelings I had been ignoring all this time. I went home, googled and found out that I identify as a bisexual person. I found out a lot more about sexuality and finally I was feeling so light for the first time that I'm not the only one.
Well the best part is, the first person I came out to also happened to be my very first girlfriend and it is a really beautiful memory for me after that I told my friends and sister and surprisingly it was such a positive experience.

LGBTQIA+ is a rainbow of love, A spectrum of colors that shine from above. It’s a community of people who stand up and f...
12/10/2023

LGBTQIA+ is a rainbow of love,
A spectrum of colors that shine from above.
It’s a community of people who stand up and fight,
For the right to be themselves, day and night.

It’s a place where everyone is welcome,
No matter their gender or the way they come.
It’s a world where love is free,
And everyone can be who they want to be.

So let’s celebrate this beautiful community,
And all the love and joy that it brings to you and me.
Let’s stand together and make our voices heard,
And show the world that love is the most powerful word.

I came out in 2020, it was indeed a good time for me to explore more and learn about myself more. I always had the feeli...
10/10/2023

I came out in 2020, it was indeed a good time for me to explore more and learn about myself more. I always had the feeling I was not true to myself in my school days , it turned out to be true. I did not face much struggle at home as of now, it was easier to open up to my sister about it, but the fear of coming out to my parents will always be on top.
Until now I think that's the only struggle I am facing, but my friends make it easier for me.

"The Earth does not belong to us: we belong to the Earth." - Marlee MatlinIn today's time, we must confront a pressing i...
08/10/2023

"The Earth does not belong to us: we belong to the Earth." - Marlee Matlin

In today's time, we must confront a pressing issue: wildlife faces discrimination, exploitation, and threats such as habitat destruction, poaching, and climate change.
This has resulted in some severe repercussions but it’s time to rewrite this narrative.

Let's celebrate National Wildlife Week by breaking free from outdated mindsets and celebrate the incredible diversity of life on our planet. From majestic elephants to delicate butterflies, every species matters.

Together, let's commit to protecting and preserving these remarkable creatures and their habitats for generations to come🌿🐾
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कब तकआज उस पल ने फिर खुद को दोहराया थाहाथ काँपे, दिल घबराया थालब चुप रहे और जहन चिल्लाया थाबगावत की एक तरंग को मैंने लहू...
05/10/2023

कब तक

आज उस पल ने फिर खुद को दोहराया था
हाथ काँपे, दिल घबराया था
लब चुप रहे और जहन चिल्लाया था
बगावत की एक तरंग को मैंने लहू में अपने पाया था

आखिर कब तक यूँ ही चुप करवाया जायेगा
कब खौफ बढ़ायेगा
आखिर कब तक उम्र के जोर से
कब तक दबाया जायेगा
आखिर कब तक ये आँसू यू ही बहेंगे
कब तक लब सिले जायेंगे?
आखिर कब तक मन विचलित रहेगा
कब तक ये क्षण दोहरायें
आखिर कब तक ये साँसें फूलेंगी
कब तक आँखें बोलेंगी
कब तक शरीर स्थिर रहेगा, भावनायेँ रफ्तार पकड़ेंगी,
आखिर कब तक पैरों को लज्जा की बेड़ियाँ जकरेंड़ी?

कभी ना कभी तो ऐसा होगा
जो नया बदलाव लायेगा
उस क्षण को क्षण भर में ही
हर क्षण से दूर कर जायेगा

When one of my closest friends came out to me, acceptance was instant. I loved them and it did not matter, to me. I coul...
03/10/2023

When one of my closest friends came out to me, acceptance was instant. I loved them and it did not matter, to me. I could understand why this was daunting for them – Coming out in an unsafe space can lead to personal danger. I don’t know who decided that I had any power to “accept” someone or make them feel like they did not matter. I could not put myself in their shoes but I had seen them struggle with shame, with a weight on their shoulders. I had seen how they had to hide themselves from me, from everyone for a very very long time and the only option was to love them. It was a privilege to see them embrace themselves and overcome that fear, it was powerful. I wanted to protect them, let them know they were worthy of love. “Every time someone steps up and says who they are the world becomes a better, more interesting place.” Raymond Holt , Brooklyn 99. It’s not a glamorous story, but I think maybe that’s the point ?? Why should one be pressured to tell me anything at all – you can / should be able to just BE. I suspected that you were struggling. I suspected why. It must have been hard dealing with all the fear. I didn’t want to push you. I’m honoured that you spoke about it (to me) on your own .

Waking up with a sigh,Glimpse of tiredness on my face,Dark circles under my eye,Is this the journey of life to ace?Anony...
28/09/2023

Waking up with a sigh,
Glimpse of tiredness on my face,
Dark circles under my eye,
Is this the journey of life to ace?

Anonymous sounds in my head,
Trying to fit in within these gibe,
By the allies I badly misread,
The impact of statements so imperative.

Happiness fades away,
Stars of dullness shine.
Self-esteem leaves the stay,
When with mankind I try to align.

The immense pressure I feel is intolerable.
A gush of adrenaline rush, my heart sink,
My bones feel weak, hands shake with trouble.
Life messy as a white paper spilled with ink.

Handcuffs, chains on my neck,
In a dark room i captivate.
Please, oh please,give me a break,
I feel less air, i suffocate.

Imagination of a dreamland in my head.
A sight too strange, sunshine too bright,
Butterflies,white dove, rainbow ahead,
Spark of fireworks, in the darkness of night.

Off the window, I gaze
Wings of birds in the eternal blue.
In the parallel universe i amaze,
Where the main character is you.

Hello, I'm a 19-year-old bisexual boy from Delhi. In grade 11, I came to terms with my sexuality, but let's go back a li...
26/09/2023

Hello, I'm a 19-year-old bisexual boy from Delhi. In grade 11, I came to terms with my sexuality, but let's go back a little further. So, around sixth or seventh grade, I realised I was different from the other guys in my class, but I couldn't pinpoint what it was because I still liked girls but was unaware of the other side. It was in 8th grade that people began scrutinising everything I did, from how I walked to how I expressed myself, talked, or used my hands. Anyway, I stopped thinking about them and became thick-skinned, which had an impact on my relationships because I blocked out all emotions.
That was the case for a while, until COVID arrived. It turned out to be a blessing in disguise for me. I unpacked a lot of things about myself that I had been suppressing for a long time and reconciled with some people.
I believe I've recovered somewhat from that trauma, and now that I'm in college, I'm not as concerned with hiding myself. I still don't intend to come out to my parents any time soon.
One thing I learned on my own is to not hate anyone or hold prejudices against anyone for anything that comes naturally to them.

"Love is not about gender, it's about the soul." – Lady GagaAs the colors of the rainbow unite, we come together during ...
23/09/2023

"Love is not about gender, it's about the soul."
– Lady Gaga

As the colors of the rainbow unite, we come together during Bisexuality Awareness Week to celebrate the richness of human love and identity. Together, we champion a world where everyone can love and be loved for their true selves, and where acceptance knows no boundaries. It's a time to cast aside judgment and embrace understanding, a moment to break free from stereotypes and allow authentic love to shine.

Let's embark on this journey of understanding, acceptance, and solidarity, knowing that love transcends boundaries and labels. 🌈💙💜

Beneath the green trees so tall and wide,Where we see nature's beauty with pride.Leaves talk softly, streams make a soun...
21/09/2023

Beneath the green trees so tall and wide,
Where we see nature's beauty with pride.
Leaves talk softly, streams make a sound,
Nature's song in forests all around.

Mountains, like giants, reach for the sky,
Guarding the land, standing tall and high.
Rivers wind, carving paths so neat,
Nature's strength, a wondrous treat.

In fields where wildflowers bloom and play,
Under the bright sun, a warm display.
Animals roam and birds take flight,
In nature's embrace, everything feels right.

When night falls, the moon shines bright,
Stars twinkle, a beautiful sight.
Nature's beauty, day and night,
A treasure that fills us with delight.

My first instance of coming out was with an online friend. I didn't know terms like this back then. It was scary,so scar...
19/09/2023

My first instance of coming out was with an online friend. I didn't know terms like this back then. It was scary,so scary because I knew I will never have anything ephemeral even if I fully accept myself. The hold that society has is so strong that I couldn't even imagine my feelings ever being accepted. But then the friend (that was a complete stranger with whom I bonded with over common Twitter memes lol) helped me to understand how important it was to atleast let myself feel things. I'm still scared but now I do feel things. It's still a journey but this small instance helped me to accept myself to a great extent and I feel so very grateful. I came out by saying "I dreamt of kissing my girl best friend and would like to shoot a music video with her. Is it weird?" To which my friend replied, "No, that is what we call being gay.

People say memories fade away,But do they really vanish in a day?Amidst all lies,I just want to see the truth in your ey...
14/09/2023

People say memories fade away,
But do they really vanish in a day?
Amidst all lies,
I just want to see the truth in your eyes.

All it took was one platonic date,
Little did I know this was the beginning of our fate.
Movie ended, but my stories didn't,
Listening so patiently, how did I miss that hint?

The songs you sang put my mind at ease,
Forever they echo, like soft whispers of breeze.
Waffle dates were all we had,
One chance to even meet you made me glad.

Flowers from you never seem to decay,
Maybe nature also knows that you will stay.
Playing keyboard together was annoying,
But deep down we knew we were enjoying.

Sneaking around secretly had its own thrill,
Even if it was against our will.
Without a care of people's opinions,
Questioning myself, how did I get you amongst millions?

The wall of distance stands between us,
Testing you and me by creating a fuss.
At the end, everything will be worth it,
Dear future kids, "we made it."

Everyone lies for countless days,
When they say memories fade away.
Love woven with care to stick through,
Forever alive, in me and in you.

Did you know what we eat can impact our mood and mental well-being? 🤔 Malnutrition, often underestimated, can deeply aff...
13/09/2023

Did you know what we eat can impact our mood and mental well-being? 🤔 Malnutrition, often underestimated, can deeply affect us. In children, it may hinder brain development, leading to learning issues and emotional turbulence. Nutrient gaps can even trigger anxiety, depression, and cognitive problems, casting a shadow on our overall mental health. Understanding this critical link between nutrition and well-being is vital to crafting a brighter, happier future for our nation.

But here's the silver lining: Indian Government's dedicated initiative, National Poshan Month 🇮🇳, spotlights these concerns. It's a month-long nutritional voyage, uniting us all to combat malnutrition and champion better health. By emphasizing children's welfare, maternal health, and community involvement, we're on a path to a healthier, happier India! 💪🌟

This nationwide endeavor strives to control anemia, and conducts workshops and awareness campaigns to educate and empower communities. National Poshan Month is our collective nutritional adventure, reminding us that we're all in this journey toward a brighter future together. Let's nurture minds and bodies, one meal at a time! 🍽️👩‍👧‍👦

Hi! this is Avantika. I’m 19 and an openly bisexual person (still in the closet for my parents though). I came out last ...
12/09/2023

Hi! this is Avantika. I’m 19 and an openly bisexual person (still in the closet for my parents though). I came out last year around this time, when college just started in its online phase. But it wasn’t as easy as it seems. I was in complete denial for 2 whole months, anxious and worried sick. I used to cry myself to sleep sometimes because I didn’t know what to do. I was scared how others would react, especially my family. I kept on telling myself that it wasn't a crush its just because she’s pretty that i admire her.
(Oh! That brings me to the topic of how I first realised that I might not be straight. So, during one of our informal online meetings I saw this one girl who stood out the most for me. I approached her, we talked a bit and I really liked her. I went into a whole “crush phase” and after 2-3 months I finally accepted that i do like girls.)

After some time I gathered up the courage to come out to one of my closest friends and she supported me and cheered me up. I started getting extremely anxious when i had to talk to my elder sister about it. Although my hands were shaking, I sent her the text and things went well.

After coming to delhi, I met other people from the community and many allies and it is because of them that now I can openly and proudly say that i am bisexual. Yes, there were instances where my sexual orientation was questioned and times where I had to deal with homophobic people but, I fought through it because I know there are people who accept me for who I am and will love me nevertheless.

One thing that I always say to people who are questioning is that, don’t stress or pressure yourself into thinking or believing anything. Take your time. You will know when the right time comes.

Calling All Potential Blood Donors! 🩸🚨 Every drop counts! 🚨Your contribution as a blood donor can make a significant imp...
09/09/2023

Calling All Potential Blood Donors! 🩸

🚨 Every drop counts! 🚨Your contribution as a blood donor can make a significant impact on our region's urgent needs.

Join us in saving lives!! Your one act of kindness can bring hope and healing to someone in need. By filling out our Google Form, you can register as a potential blood donor and be part of this life-saving mission.

Together, as a united community, let's create a lasting impact. Share this post with your loved ones and inspire them to join in as well! Together, we can make a difference!❤️

Remember, donating blood is a simple act of humanity that can have a profound impact. Together, we can save lives and build a healthier future.

Wake up, put in the hours, complete homework, build extracurricularsThat’s the basic routine of my life,Since the past t...
08/09/2023

Wake up, put in the hours,
complete homework, build extracurriculars
That’s the basic routine of my life,
Since the past two tiring years.

I think I lost the joy in writing.
I think I lost the awe in a history book page
because all I do these days
is a build CV for my dream college.

Either I do too much or I do too less
can’t decide which.
Seeing me rise and fall,
Even all my friends gossip.

But it’s not all bad
like it’s not all sweet
At least I have a purpose to lose my nights over
A family to help me clearly see.

But that vision looks a bit blurry right now
I already have my plate full right now
Still can’t help but feel a twinge of jealousy
when I see them getting my wanted opportunities.

Some days I work too hard
Some days I can’t find my concentration
Then I look over to my parents
and find my inspiration.

I am not sad
Just contemplating what I am doing?
Especially when the road I am walking on
Doesn’t tell me where I am going?

Maybe it will be worth it in the end
When I see my father smile when I succeed
Or maybe it won’t be
and I will cry myself to sleep

But no matter what happens now
It taught me something new
With just four hours of sleep
I added wings to my dreams too.

I suppose everyone from my generation would agree that at some point in their childhood they believed that being q***r w...
05/09/2023

I suppose everyone from my generation would agree that at some point in their childhood they believed that being q***r was wrong and that q***r people were different and did not fit into society. Perhaps this thought was very well ingrained into us as we grew up. I used to be no different from this. I don’t know how this deep-rooted thought process of mine changed, but it was a gradual process and the media played a huge role in it.
When two of my best friends came out to me as bisexual in school, I suppose it wasn’t that big of a deal for me, it was really easy for me to accept it and I was eager to help them out in any way I could. In fact, I remember coming out as a “cis-gendered heterosexual male” cause why should only q***r people have to specially define their sexual orientation. I have learnt a lot about the LGBTQIA+ community from them and now try to educate others as well who might have incorrect pre-conceived notions.

We are thrilled to invite you to the celebration of Jashn-E-Pyaar, celebrated every year on September 6 to signify the d...
05/09/2023

We are thrilled to invite you to the celebration of Jashn-E-Pyaar, celebrated every year on September 6 to signify the decriminalisation of article 377 by the Supreme Court. This year the screening of 'Taali' will take place, that promises not just entertainment but also profound discussions and a celebration of love and diversity.

Let's come together to celebrate the beauty of love, the richness of diversity, and the power of unity. We are eagerly looking forward to sharing this enriching experience with you.

Watching this movie Leaving me stunnedOf how he beats herIn front of her own sonShe looks at himHe looks at herShe plead...
31/08/2023

Watching this movie
Leaving me stunned
Of how he beats her
In front of her own son

She looks at him
He looks at her
She pleading for her life
He just wanting to hit her

Making her think
whose fault it is
She looking at herself
Believing it's her’s

Thinking of her son
Suffering from all the anger
Making herself believe
She failed as his mother

He dragging her on the floor
She begging him not to kill
He demanding her silence
Telling her she doesn't deserve to live

She screaming every morning
Hiding it all behind a smile
Her makeup not covering her bruised face
Which she once used to embrace

She fearing for her son
Being so afraid
Of what is right
Knowing only what is wrong

She wants to get out
She wants to leave
Yet again
She is trapped in a night
Where she never sleeps

I'm Diyan ( they/them )I'm from Kerala and pursuing my honours degree from Delhi University. My coming out journey was e...
29/08/2023

I'm Diyan ( they/them )
I'm from Kerala and pursuing my honours degree from Delhi University. My coming out journey was easier (closet days were horrible). Most of my people were welcoming and I'm so happy for that.

I now know that every q***r person's experiences are completely different. Those who had to leave their homes, who could not afford gender-affirming treatment and health care, who were on the verge of su***de, q***r kids and q***r people who are Muslim, Dalit, and disabled all have different kinds of struggles. There are people who have to undergo constant bullying and emotional and sexual violation. Even today, there are lives imposed by cis-hetero normativity that cannot realize that they are q***r. There are people who can't come out or connect with the community even after realizing it.

🌻Are you ready to embark on a journey filled with meaningful service and a chance to make real impact on our society?🌻NS...
23/08/2023

🌻Are you ready to embark on a journey filled with meaningful service and a chance to make real impact on our society?🌻

NSS SRCC is gearing up to welcome volunteers to our passionate community of changemakers.🌸
If you’re looking to connect with the grassroots of society, bring a rippling change through consistent efforts and create an everlasting bond, then NSS SRCC is your calling! The Applications are open.

Register now!
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*Registration closes at 11:59 P.M. on 30th August*

Kindly note: The form is non-eliminative but evaluative in nature.

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