Transgender Interaction with Cyber Cafes

IT city Bangalore definitely has better access to Internet facilities. For some communities, the barriers to hassle free internet access are social rather than infrastructural. Community Correspondent Christy Raj, himself a transgender documents what it is like for the LGBT community of Banaglore to get into a cyber café.

He trails a transgender member of his community as she visits the cyber cafe, interviewing her about language limitation, ID proof and what she uses the net for.
This video is a part of a series made in collaboration with Centre for Internet and Society, Bangalore documenting access to Internet across India.

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