Queer Ink is organizing Writers Workshop (group and online) in India.
Dirty Talk (2nd Edition) on 2nd September 2012 (Sunday). Stay tuned for further details while we figure it out ourselves.
BREAKING FREE tour across three cities in US - LA, DC and NYC would screen films and hold talks pertaining to the contemporary LGBT scenario in India.
Celebrate the genres of contemporary queer literature and erotica with readings from the book followed by a panel discussion featuring Meenu & Shruti, editors, Close , Too Close in conversation with Kaizaad Kotwal - writer, designer and director of award winning play "Vagina Monologues" & Roy Wadia- Executive Director, "Heroes Project".
Srishti a LGBTQ group based at Madurai and Coimbatore is organizing “Alan Turing Rainbow Festival” in Madurai, in the month of June 2012.
We are pleased to announce the book launch of Close, Too Close: The Tranquebar Book of Queer Erotica. The book has been co-edited by Meenu Pandey, Program Coordinator, Knowledge and Scholarship, CREA.
U.S Consulate General (Mumbai) is screening Stonewall Uprising as part of the Pride Month.
Kalvettukal is a multilingual docu-fiction film about transgender men in South India.
Not only does Gaysi draw the best talent from the Queer Galaxy, it also churns out incredible Alumni. But, of course, they were stellar to begin with ! Our very own Rashmi is now mere hours away from the world premiere of her debut as a filmmaker.
This Yaariyan event aims to be a platform for sharing these issues with a trained and experienced counselor Vrushali Deshmukh–who has successfully helped people counter the big marriage dilemma and even family pressure!
Chennai Dost invites you to join hands for “Stop Homophobia/Transphobia” - a Candlelight Vigil on May 17th, International Day against Homophobia/ Transphobia.
India’s Biggest Queer Film Festival returns for its third edition! KASHISH 2012 – 3rd Mumbai International Queer Film Festival will be held from May 23-27, 2012 at Cinemax Versova, …
Queer lives are becoming increasingly visible in writings and art, in demanding for rights, in challenging the law, in voicing protests, in starting organisations, in making an online presence; robust, vibrant and diverse voices are being heard in India and South Asia. This book is an attempt to add to those voices.
Yaariyan would like to introduce dance styles to the Queer Community in spaces that are comfortable and safe for you.
For two years, we have entertained while trying to mainstream queer identities through the medium of films.
Pakistani documentary filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid of Pakistan will be screening her latest film Transgenders: Pakistan’s Open Secret, at the New York Indian Film Festival.
Bend the gender rules! JUST BE FABULOUS!! $10 all night in drag/costume
Yaariyan brings you a fun evening with food and games which everyone can look forward to.
Kari, a graphic novel by Goa-based artist-writer Amruta Patil. It's very easy to fall in love with Kari, because her character is etched as a 'boatman' - a rescuer of lost souls - who'll guide them, hold their hands, listen and love, and want nothing in return. As the lines above indicate, Kari's not straight, either.
In our seventh year, we bring another evening of voices that challenge the ways in which we imagine our sexualities, genders and desires!