Monthly Archives: January 2012

Queer Azaadi – Gay and Lesbian in Mumbai

Photographed Gay and Lesbian march in Mumbai a few days ago. The event called “Queer Azaadi”, which includes bisexual and transgender, has been taking place since 2008 in the city to fight discrimination against them. On July 2, 2009, The Delhi High Court in India annulled a 150-year-old law criminalizing “carnal intercourse against the order […]

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Durbar Boys – Streetkids in Kathmandu #2

Beside what I wrote in my previous blog, there was one good thing I have witnessed. Two of the kids I have been following are now off the street and staying at a shelter for more than a year. Twelve kids live in the house outside Kathmandu with a local man named Samrat who runs […]

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Durbar Boys – Streetkids in Kathmandu

Spent about a week in Kathmandu, Nepal. I ended up getting a few assignments, but the main reason I went there was to follow up with the street kids I have been photographing since late 2009. http://www.kunitakahashi.com/blog/2010/06/03/darbur-boys/ Although it was a short trip and I couldn’t spend enough time, I found that photographing them has […]

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