MIST cordially invites you,to join us on 5th Indian Coming Out Day.
One of my favorite Indian movie love songs of all time growing up was "Mere Sapnon Ki Rani", from the film "Aradhana".
In a play of words he also stated that the campaigns focusing solely on the usage of condoms could be enabling ‘illicit’ sexual relationships.
Let us celebrate the past and prepare for future struggles by sharing our stories, songs and lives.
This being June and the LGBT Pride month, we support people who want to bring about change and support causes they believe in.
Treason, rape, murder and theft
And how many more, shall I make you count?
We have been living and loving in secrecy for decades. We are all around you. We are you.
They call it the city of angels in Thai. But, I see no angels here.
Take a look at this petition that has been started by HST that aims to petition the Prime minister in order to remove sec 377 through legislative process.
A chance to Read Out Loud is one you shouldn't miss.
This is not a play about gay rights, or the issues faced by Anglo-Indians.
Tears could not have graced that smile
A map of 76 summers
On her face
Transsexual people are becoming increasingly visible in public life and more and more people are 'coming out'.
Geena Rocero, transgender model and advocate, flew down to Hong Kong to participate in a series of events related to IDAHOT, this year.
A house in Bandra, Mumbai is witness to two inextricably intertwined relationships between successive pairs of occupants.
We hope you will support Ajay in any way you can - drop him a note, share your voice, just think about him & hope he finds his way through his dark memories
And today we tip our hats to this short film that was shot during the Bangalore Queer Film Festival.
Over the course of time, this identity of mine has made me wonder about gender hypocrisy, gender wars, slut shaming, and other things.
I wasn't happy in the relationship though I know no one can love me more than she does.