Milagres College, Kallianpur, in association with Vidyarthi Darbar organized an enriching interactive session with Transgender activists. Ms. R.J. Kajol, an actor and activist hails from Brahmavar, along with Ramya and Bindu, being the transgenders for decades, enlightened the students of the college, with the life stories of theirs. “From being isolated and denied opportunities they are forced to stay away from family, education, job, etc. Disowned by the institutions of the society has driven many of the transgenders to begging and prostitution,” said R.J. Kajol. “The social stigma attached to the LGBT community is the disaster to the bias-free world. Youth must spread the awareness amongst the people to treat LGBT community with respect,” she added. “Responsible citizens of this country need to set aside the stereotypes they have upon LGBT community in order to be considered as cultured,” said Ms. Ramya, a transgender activist, while answering to a question raised by the audience. Numerous questions were asked by the students during the interactive session. The session had thrown light on the misconceptions exist amongst the people about LGBT community, misery of transgenders’ life, etc. Ms. Kajol, was honored for her achievement in spite of being the transgender. Sowparnika of II MSW, and Sowmya of II MCOM conducted the interview. Mrs. Ashwitha Shalet D’Souza, Department of Post-Graduation in Social Work compered the programme.