This final video deals with the crucial stage of queer angst where the young girl must come to terms with her sexuality.
Your vision is rippled with pleasure, as she glides, oblivious,
I die a little as you smile, secretly, hoping people don't see
In your arms your need throb's delusional
She is dearer to you than the air you breathe
Sometimes, I just want to be her.
will think about the time someone kissed every inch of my side
from my neck to my hip and I'll moan
My hands move down there slowly, I groan
Under my sheets, lie a treasure trove of memories
A lot of us think/believe that talking about consent will take the joy out of the moment.
Growing up, my ideas about friendship were formed as a result of watching endless reruns of the sitcom Friends, and my ideas of love and romance came from Shahrukh’s various onscreen avatars.
Very recently, I was checking my PR account to see if there was any useful message or one worth replying.
I feel a little lost. I do not understand how I ended up where I am today. Well, that’s not the entire truth. I know, factually at least, how I ended up here.
In this part we now explore the differences that exist because of this invisibility and how the media makes being straight a far smoother experience than being queer.
For the billionth time. STOP.
Humans are one of the species that have sex not just for procreation, but pleasure as well. Why deny yourself the most beautiful feeling ever known to mankind?
Women stare at other women, so much that even men cannot compete
It seems like yesterday, when I was a teen yearning for that sparkling love, "filmy" love.
I collect sweethearts. Some of them become family. Some of them drift away with time. Most people who know me call me a cynic.
Time to move away from stereotypes and cliches. Are you folks listening?
The one they always bring to my attention is how men show affection in public. To someone unfamiliar, it can be quite surprising.
It was a pleasant surprise to sit through Ladies Sangeet at NCPA (Mumbai) for this play took me by surprise.
The Beginner’s Guide to Growing Up Queer and Invisible is an animated comic series that tries to delve into the experience of a young queer girl.
“So, are you bisexual?” the question shot out of nowhere and caught her unaware.
I think the problem is that we, as a society, understand gender itself in a very trans phobic way.
When my middle-class Bengali mother picked up a book on sexuality published by Sappho for Equality in Bangla, she took some time to react.