What is pleasing about the episodes is that it gives us an insight into a relationship that faces its common ups and downs.
From a young age I learned that the world thought it knew who I was better than myself. Racism is many things, but part of it is a crisis of imagination.
Pride was not only interpreted as being proud of one-self, but it was also about collectively standing up against pervasive shame.
Here's a Valentine's themed article where we are going to talk about the different flavors of polyamory and 7 examples of what they could look like.
Pride marches are about acceptance. People from a wide range of spectrum come together for ONE DAY in a year to celebrate their existence and their individuality.
I feel stuck in my skin
This isn't who I am,
And will they ever believe that I'm a woman?
If I'm born a man.
The workshop serves as an excellent tool to understand Sexuality as a complex amalgamation of human traits as against the uni-dimensional model often portrayed.
Our mythology defines us – and it’s more ‘pop’ than you think!
Addressing the audience, the choir stressed on the fact that through their performances, and the power of music, they wish to eradicate discrimination, oppression, ignorance, and prejudice.
Whether I love doing drag, I am yet to figure.
On Mahashivratri, let's celebrate one of Shiva's greatest love - that for goddess Kali!
Everyone around me seemed elated, not a single care in the world, and a fire in their eyes, a storm brewing.
Bisexuality is defined as experiencing sexual attraction to two or more genders. Pansexuality, on the other hand, is an attraction to all genders.
Throughout the performance, I could sense that Ehsaas is not a play that demands acceptance. In fact, it goes beyond the point of breaking the binary and looking at acceptance and dignity as a basic human right.
A truly remarkable 10th year and exciting time for all of us.
The Oxford English Dictionary defines 'gender-fluid' as "denoting or relating to a person who does not identify themselves as having a fixed gender."
This February we are coming to Delhi to resolve the ‘Maladies of Love’.