Laxminarayan Tripathi, born in a high-caste Brahman household, felt confused, trapped and lonely. Slowly, he began wearing women’s clothes. Over time, he became bold and assertive about his real sexual identity. Finally, he found his true self she was Laxmi a hijra. From numerous love affairs to finding solace by dancing in Mumbai’s bars; from being taunted as a homo to being the first Indian Hijra to attend the World AIDS Conference in Toronto from mental and physical abuse to finding a life of grace, dignity and fame, this autobiography is an extraordinary journey of a hijra who fought against tremendous odds for the recognition of hijras and their rights.