Shikhandi is perhaps one of the earliest trans-characters known in mythology.
Turup was made as part of a collective process by Ektara Collective over the course of a year – along with the residents of different working class settlements in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
Sare Jahan se Acha is a stand up comedy special featuring Naveen Noronha and Kamal Trilok Singh.
Gaysi Family brings the newly printed 5th issue of its self-published annual magazine to Godrej India Culture Lab along with a host of exciting voices from across India and the world.
Our theme this year focuses on issues of solidarity and intersectionality.
Capital I is the first independent feature film of Odisha and since it began its journey it has travelled to many different international film festivals including the prestigious 20th IFFK and 8th BIFFES.
As part of its relentless struggle for women, lgbtqi and every individual unjustly treated by society, Gaylaxy brings its first signature event the "QUEER CARNIVAL 2016".
Gaysi Family presents another a fabulous edition of ‘Can You Repeat The Question Please?’ this November.
Bangalore Pride Month schedule is here.
A multi-sensory curated experience, exploring stories of growing up queer through illustrations, paintings and installations from 10 emerging artists.
Saathi - IIT Bombay's LGBTQ resource group in association with KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival brings to you KASHISH Forward.
The one-day festival puts together performances, films, and art installations scheduled Sunday, 28th August from 12 PM till 9 PM.
Reel Desires is a three-day series of feature films, shorts, and documentaries showcasing sexuality and gender diversity issues.
A fashion fact a day keeps the world more gay.
Welcome to South Asia's and India's biggest LGBTQ film festival, one of world's top 5 coolest LGBTQ film festival and one of the prestigious annual event in Mumbai's cultural calendar!
CraYon Impact in tandem with Pra-Kar and The Red Door Presents, 'Bully Proof' - Screening, Dialogue and Spoken Word
Last in the ISHQ series for this year, the Centre for Studies in Gender and Sexuality presents to you a symposium that marks the completion of first year of our activity.
Join us for Sangeet Bari, a contemporary Lavani performance written by Bhushan Korgaonkar with direction by Savitri Medhatul, and performed by Shakuntalabai Nagarkar with Sunita Dhondraikar.
We invite you to a special preview screening of Jayan Cherian's upcoming film Ka Bodyscapes.
Malhar is a conflicted man, caught in the tangle of his love for Kaveri, the woman to be his wife, and Niko, his on and off boyfriend.