This is a gathering, to show collective strength, and fight violence that women, queer people, transgenders routinely face on the streets, making them 'unsafe for us'.
I fucked a vagina.
In a time when I believed my ideal man would be this slightly-older, well-built, multi-lingual, curry-loving, masculine gay man with loads of passion of sports, cooking, …
So the world hasn't stopped spinning and despite what the Mayans had hoped for, we're still here.
I'd heard there was a gay pride event going on and was impressed that it was happening in a country that has become known as 'the world's worst place to be gay.'
The news these days are filled with stories of rape, molestation and abuse against women. While we in Bombay love to point fingers at Delhi and talk about their crime statistics, Bombay has been catching up in recent months.
Dancing Queens welcomes you to the seventh anniversary of the Dancing Queens events.
Have you asked yourself what it was that the men, you have dated, couldn't give you and left an emptiness, where women have been able to fill that? It could be useful to understand the gaps and the needs to be able to identify this.
It’s gay Christmas! Queer Azadi Mumbai is back with Mumbai Pride 2013 (scheduled for 2nd February 2013) and it ain’t cheap!
This year's Bengaluru Pride and Karnataka Queer Habba was bigger and brighter. A series of events were lined up from the 22nd of November to 2nd of December.
Mary Berry, Mother of the Baking God blessed me with her smile in a dream on a drowsy summer afternoon. Nigel Slater, the Gay God of Small Things inspired me to get back to baking after a 5 year break.
After two very successful editions of Dirty Talk, we're back for a third time. You know what they say about the things that come in threes, don't you? They are DA BOMB!
I once dreamed that I rode a wave to Sri Lanka. If I were a character in Samit Basu’s Turbulence, I wonder what my superpower would be.
The subject grabbed spotlight after Roy uploaded photographs of her partner, Alka Kedwal and herself observing Karva Chauth on Facebook.
This Sunday, we will resume the book club with a chat. We'll talk about the growth of queer literature in India, and why it's of so much significance.