Our regular public meetings are informal support spaces for queer youth. And we wholeheartedly invite participation from everyone who believes in what we stand for! This is your space to speak your mind, share your experiences with respect to coming out to family, friends, realization of your sexuality, your specific interests or what you exp...ect from a queer youth support group like QCI.
'A mother's journey to her son's Diary and his self-acceptance' This a play originally written by Chetan Datar in Marathi, now being performed in Hindi by Mona Ambegaonkar, theatre artist.
Screening of queer movies '1977' and ' More than a friend' followed by a discussion to be led by members of LABIA (Lesbians And Bisexual In Action).
This is an attempt to create awareness and sensitize people about queer issues which are so rarely if at all talked in public. It is also an initiative to mobilize people to participate in the Queer Azadi March, Mumbai 2011.
SALGA's monthly support group meetings are a SAFE, CONFIDENTIAL space for you to join a group atmosphere to talk about issues that affect your life and well-being. We provide a supportive atmosphere to all attendees.
Celebrate the spirit of Christmas with drinks, food, hookah and the DJ spinning the house with awesome music as we plan to rock the night away !!
The theme of this month’s first public meeting is Queering Bollywood. We’re going to discuss about all the Indian Queer elements in the mainstream Bollywood movies and we hope to have interactive session and going beyond textual analysis of cinema, and making it a creative and fun filled meeting, thus discussing YOUR SAY about the portrayal of queers in Indian cinema.
Get comfortable in your own skin this weekend as you watch a sizzling hot romantic movie on a big projector screen, munching on your favourite snacks and looking forward to a relaxing afternoon.
Take out the bow-ties, the mustaches and the leather and scream as you watch the Best dressed Drag King or Queen walk away with a Surprise !!!
As a part of QueerFest 2010, Nigah is conducting a workshop on basics of sexuality, coming out, and queerness. Nigah has also worked on some documents/guides related to these issues. At recent QueerCampus Delhi public meetings, we've had discussions on a range of questions related to coming out and sexuality. Input and comments from these meetings have been added to the guides which will be released at the Nigah workshop.
Now in its fourth year, The Nigah QueerFest ‘10 is Delhi’s annual celebration of queerness. The festival this year brings back the curated film festival and our popular performance component along with a visual arts exhibition, workshops, and more.
Planet Rainbow…get to know this new hotspot by being the first to PARTY at the GRAND OPENING this SUNDAY!!
Delhi Queer Pride March will be held on November 28th this year.
To support the cause and show the spirit, Delhi Queer Pride Committee invites for a Fundraiser party. Your presence is your support. Lets spread the word.
Azaad Bazaar in association with The Art Conspiracy brings you a weekend of art and excitement!
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