Archive for the month September 2018

They, An Invisibilised Narrative.

Shals Mahajan, a writer, and a queer feminist fellow who lives in Bombay had to withdraw from a Children’s Writing Festival they were invited to because the organisers of the fest did not approve of the bio they submitted.

Graphic Fiction: Hues

I try not to look at her too much; my weekly reports are blank enough as it is. Can't afford additional mind-altering substances. I wish I could say I'm just giving in to my infamous exaggerative tendencies here, but alas. There is a strange way about her that does the strangest things to me.

[Order NOW] Indian Queer Mythology Zine “For The Love Of God”

Through the zine, which features more than 15 inspiring, empowering, and fascinating stories brilliantly depicted with a smattering of quirk, we hope to spark a conversation or two and possibly introduce some unorthodox role models, increasing the visibility of queer characters among popular tales that we hear ever so often.

Poem: I Am Strong When I Am Soft

You are your own god The creation and the creator The one that you need to worship Know that there's no way someone can claim to love god and not love those who are just right beside them You may take a woman Or a man Or both or none And the only person who can decide that should be you Because the only rolls that are really cute are tummy rolls and not these suffocating decaying gender roles
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