Have you partaken in bullying during childhood? A. Yes B. No
On the evening of the rehearsals, we were told Urmi was having second thoughts about performing.
He realized he was a trans-male when watching a TV programme on transgenders and has moved to Mumbai to complete his transition.
Have you been verbally, emotionally or physically bullied during childhood?
I like the idea that the film is not positioned as a "gay" film. Clever move, I say!
I like to believe that time will heal everything.
Black is apparently me after too much sun. My aunty in Bangalore asked, “Who’s going to marry you if you’re so black?”
He was on a tram, midway between Causeway Bay and Central. Not many people hopped on and off on that weekend night. The ride was rough with many jolts and it disturbed his chain of thought.
Coming Out follows the inspiring stories of members of the LGBTQ community in India who have finally decided that they don't want to hide who they really are, or who they love.
“God made all men equal”. This is what we have been told by our ‘wise’ elders since childhood. Even the holy scriptures belonging to various religions teach the same.
The upcoming meet will be Orinam's Queering Literature (QUILT) 25th Meet since its initiation in Dec 2012.
I'm Gay. I have labelled myself. Gay. Labelling oneself can give one considerable power in the political sphere.
Andy stood there for five minutes without saying a word. When Diano had quietened down, Andy whispered to him.
With this series of short films/documentaries, Queer Ink is now also a Producer.
In 2015, Saathi IIT Bombay's team took an initiative, Saathi Connect, to make a multimedia anthology of young LGBTQ people in Hindi, English and Marathi.
Diano drank some more water. He had reached a difficult part in his story. He didn't know whether he had the courage to go on
Folks do attend the next session of Creative Mornings Mumbai this Saturday at Todi Mill Social.
The first time they met, Min had been beating a man up with the heeled end of her stiletto.
Sarathi Trust is organizing Nagpur Pride march on Saturday.
A film by Laurie Colson & Axelle Le Dauphin.