Indian society is finally gearing up to accept the rights of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, and Manvendrasingh Gohil felt proud to report this to American television show host, Oprah Winfrey, during his second stint on her show last week. Gohil, the prince of Rajpipla, who shot to fame when revealed his homosexuality in 2002, featured on Oprah three years ago in a show entitled ‘Gay around the world’.
“Back then, decriminalisation of homosexuality had not happened, and Mumbai did not have a Pride March,” said Gohil, who said Winfrey was happy on hearing about it.
biologically a virile lusty libidinous male she was born than came the divine realization as a woman she metamorphosed a hijra goddess was reborn nubile seductive sensual attractive she turned you on driving you crazy androgyne re awakening a new dawn floating in the cosmic waters of your fecund mind this angelic swan in a nebulous pond you entered as you climaxed wildly imaginatively provocatively some steamy porn hookah wine the rubbaiyat the hijra bond neither man nor woman a testicular tragedy the missing magic wand
in gratitude in humility to a queer prince who reads my poem embarrassingly grins love beyond gender is a godly layer beneath the soul of a human skin a broken bottle of dreams searching for the elusive Djinn a tantric tragedy cosmic gyrations hope on a spin sometimes you lose sometimes you win out and in from the window of the soul you peek within emotions crackling corrugated tin what goes in must go out once just once the unendurable pain pathos of a recycling bin
jab tum meri haqeeqat sunoge toh bewafa madarchod waqt se tum bhi daroge jo main karta hoon rat ke andhera main kya tum bhi karoge jis tarah har pal mai marta hoon kya tum bhi maroge chal wat ja gandu tuh kya jane mere dil ka hal mere gunahon ka karz bahenchod kya tum bharoge laude main kaun hoon kya hoon jan kar kya karoge
this is to the slum hijras i shoot at traffic signals unfortunately they have no rich kids mask to hide the reality of their fucked circumstances...