A mere 5 days after the Supreme Court ruling, something amazing happened that gave me hope and courage.
11-12-13 is a BLACK day in the face of humanity, liberty and freedom, at least in the world's so called largest democratic nation, India.
Didn’t we believe that Love will be here forever? Like the Sun, and the Moon and the Spring?
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IT IS HERE! IT IS ALIVE ! ITS ARRIVED!
Retail Price for Queer Magazine : How Much Are You Willing To Pay?
Under Rs. 100
Don't mind between Rs. 120-Rs.150
Price is the not an issue, give me the
This workshop is primarily open for students of Media Studies to tell stories, report on issues and make/ change public opinion through their work.
The Gaysi Zine is inviting you to participate in this movement of "CREATING" Queer History.
Congratulations! We read your letter to Angelina Jolie in the Times of India.
RITUPARNO... The name flows on the tongue, as a river is meant to be.
“Juss, come closer and taste this,” she said this with a notorious smile in her eyes.
India : No Woman's Land?
Yes! Because the "Breaking News" says so.
No! Be glad you are not living in Saudi!
It's the same everywhere
The more I read about it, the more disoriented I feel. Men in their twenties, shouting slogans such as "Do not play with the rules of nature".
I search for stories everywhere. I love them. I wouldn't be able to survive without them.
I was counseled by Bombay Dost when I was 18. I was on the scene when there was no internet and no party scene; it was a different time then.
This Sunday, we will resume the book club with a chat. We'll talk about the growth of queer literature in India, and why it's of so much significance.
Come march with us! Anyone and everyone is welcome to come march with us! Let’s march together! Let’s exhibit our pride! And show your love and support to the queer community!
Adele tulli has not only captured the magnificient scenes of pride celebration, she has also interpreted the personal stories of the struggles of the three protagonists, Beena, Pallav and Abheena and how their lives have changed through entering the queer community as well as through the judgment. These characters , Beena, Pallav, Abheena travel through the city of Bombay heading to the celebrations for the first anniversary of the historic verdict.
I came out to myself somewhere between seventh and ninth grade; it’s a bit fuzzy and I think it happened in pieces.
Chennai Dost invites you to join hands for “Stop Homophobia/Transphobia” - a Candlelight Vigil on May 17th, International Day against Homophobia/ Transphobia.