Being a feminist doesn't end at respecting women. Growing up in this world, we've all internalized some toxic misogynistic behaviors without realizing it.
The way the feminist and the LGBTQ movement have gained momentum in India constantly transcends the personal realm and entry into the public.
Here's a Valentine's themed article where we are going to talk about the different flavors of polyamory and 7 examples of what they could look like.
On Mahashivratri, let's celebrate one of Shiva's greatest love - that for goddess Kali!
Bisexuality is defined as experiencing sexual attraction to two or more genders. Pansexuality, on the other hand, is an attraction to all genders.
A truly remarkable 10th year and exciting time for all of us.
The Oxford English Dictionary defines 'gender-fluid' as "denoting or relating to a person who does not identify themselves as having a fixed gender."
Polyamory refers to the idea that you can love multiple people at the same time. The polyamory umbrella covers all people (and relationships) that are 1) ethical, 2) non-monogamous, and 3) consensual.
Sure, you can have probably gotten away with gifting a mug or a photo-frame so far, but maybe you should up your game this year. You can maybe test new waters with the Mumbai Pride march that is just around the corner.
As I walk further, a row of mannequins catches my attention. It’s impossible to miss, really. Every mannequin is dressed beautifully. My eyes widen, and I marvel at how attractive an inanimate object can look, with all the hard work put in by the designers.
It's important to remember that at the end of the day, gender is a social construct––an idea that was established by society.
There are two main ways Quebec aims to promote LGBT rights internationally and, as such, contribute to the improvement of the social and cultural situation for LGBTQ+ people.
One of the reasons this short story has gone viral is because it resonates with women who have had romantic/sexual relations with men.
At the event, four inspiring leaders shared their experiences and journeys of building safe online spaces for the queer community to thrive and talk about their culture whilst tackling other life-threatening crisis and issues.
Here’s wishing you all a very happy new year and hoping that 2018 makes you capable of endless love.
Pulkit Mogha boldly attempts to clap back against this repression by documenting sexual experiences in a country where it is forbidden.
It is the perfect time to swaddle up in fuzzy blankets and binge on good TV. Speaking of which, what’s better for this purpose than patriarchy-bashing shows?
Campus spaces are arenas where thinking minds have the freedom to engage in conversations, and discuss the otherwise allegedly ‘uncomfortable’ subjects.
I am from a small town called Kamshet (Lonavala), where being open about your sexual orientation is considered a sin and people never accept it.
Through our imagination, we are making these spaces more welcoming for those who identify as LGBTQIA+ and value diversity.