Red Lipstick: The Men in My Life is an autobiographical work written by transgender activist Laxmi Narayan Tripathi. It is written in first person, essentially tracing her life from a traumatic and disconcerting early life to a secure and empowering adulthood.
The book is written in sections, each of which focuses on a different person or aspect of Laxmi’s life. There’s a section called “Raju’s Monologue,” for instance, which refers to Laxmi’s character at home, her early life name Raju. In striking comparison, “Prince Manvendra’s Monologue: Laxmi, ……. continue reading
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