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  • 6 Pack Band is India's first transgender band
  • 6 Pack Band is India's first transgender band
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6 Pack Band is India's first transgender band

Transgender people in India – referred to by some as hijras – are often subject to stigmatisation and alienation from society. But 6 Pack Band is India’s first music group comprised entirely of transgender members, and it's looking to alter negative perceptions of trans people.

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