Check out filmmaker Jeff Roy’s experiences attending and capturing the festival on film in his latest Fulbright-mtvU documentary video installment.
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News and latest happenings in India and around the world affecting Queer lives.
At a press screening on Tuesday, May 14, 9 short films/documentaries from India, America, Cambodia, Australia and Spain were screened for the press.
Aimed at keeping the festival free and accessible to audiences, organisers say crowd funding also gives audience a feeling of ownership.
Nike has been eager to sign on openly gay athletes for some time & has unofficially said that they want any gay athletes that are considering coming out.
In Canada a trans woman was refused to try on a bridal dress at a store because according to the owner of the store she looked like a man.
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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”.
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Earlier this week New Zealand became the latest nation to legalize same sex marriage.
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Not everyday do we hear of Bollywood filmmakers explore themes outside of their so-called forte. So to be honest I was pleasantly surprised when I clicked on the Youtube link tweeted by none other than (the hush-hush homo) Karan Johar.
Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation came as a huge shock to the entire world.
If you are Queer and you know it…clap your hands!
Over the past 4 days, we have received 35 entries. We know everyone waits for the deadline, so this is a gentle reminder that TODAY IS THE LAST DAY.
The subject grabbed spotlight after Roy uploaded photographs of her partner, Alka Kedwal and herself observing Karva Chauth on Facebook.
On this World AIDS day 1st December 2012, the sexual minority groups in Mumbai under the aegis of Queer Azaadi Mumbai (QAM) send our best wishes to our fellow community members in Uganda.
My very instant reaction was; F***ing hell this is so beautiful. It took good 3 minutes or so for my eyes to drift onto the other portions of the photograph.
Hong Kong based consulting firm ‘Community Business’, in partnership with Mingle and other individual LGBT experts in India has launched a Resource Guide for Indian Employers on how to deal with LGBT issues in the workplace.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill to ban practices of conversion therapy on minors.
Bengaluru Pride will be held on 2nd December, 2012.