With rising nationalism premised on religious identity on both sides of the border, religious minorities have to constantly prove their Pakistani- or Indian-ness.
The residents of the breathtaking Neelum Valley only want peace, so that they can go on with their lives and livelihoods without constant fear.
Both India and Pakistan have been successful in their nationalism projects, the former debatably more effective in its efforts. In doing so, both nations have found it necessary to look down upon the other.
In conversation with activist Qamar Naseem about the experiences of transgender people in a community that is both entertained and repulsed by them.