Panel dicsussion on LGBT student experiences last semester and the hostile Supreme Court judgement on Section 377.
Labia & Gaysi, have come together again to present to you the second edition of Read Out Loud!
Screening of documentary films about LGBT lives in Uganda, Cambodia, Bangladesh and India and discussion about law and human rights.
Queer Campus Bangalore is back with Cheaper By The Dozen- our very own flea market!
‘Mumbai Monologues’ is a brand spanking new show by Agaram Productions that bought you last years South Asian Writers festival.
In light of these developments, the discussion will focus on the mode of decision making adopted by the Supreme Court in important constitutional law cases.
Love reading? Books On Toast, a book-donation drive whose proceeds go to charity, will be at Arty Party.
Witness a tidal wave of musical performances.
Yaariyan Presents Q-fete or Gulabi Mela, an Unique Event which will be a Fundraiser for Mumbai Pride and part of the Pride Month!
So... In short... everything that will keep you glued to us.
A two-hour long discussion that makes you a more empowered citizen of India, using the Preamble of the Indian Constitution as a core document.
On January 31st, 2014 (Friday) - Come watch this Grand Display of Courage and Unity for Same Sex Pyaar - Part of Bharatiya Sanksaar !
India's top fashion designer Wendell Rodricks has instituted a cash award of Rs 20,000 for the winner of the KASHISH International Poster Design Contest.
The fun kicks off with various events - Round it all off with the Queer Azaadi March on Feburary 1st because we are here, queer and darn well proud of it.
Dushantapriya is the first ever queer adaptation of Kalidas's Abhigyan Shakuntalam written and directed by Sarang Bhakre.
A dramatization of the trials of Oscar Wilde -- the witty, successful, fashionable playwright of such theatrical masterpieces.
Habitat World in collaboration with Naz Foundation convenes a panel discussion to strategize on the way ahead.
Interested in having your artistic work showcased at one of our exhibitions?
CineLABIA Presents Two films that tell stories of women, by women
The Take Back the Night (TBTN) campaign, is a reiteration of their determination to reclaim our spaces, rights and struggles.