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An Interactive Theatrical Routine of D’FunQT

D’FunQT is filled with D’Lo’s humorous musings, rants and stories of being a transgendered person who grew up in a strict immigrant family, trying to make it all work peacefully while radically and bizarrely challenging mind frames in choosing to exist unapologetically.

Breaking Free (Touring USA)

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.

Hollywood Sex Scandal

I don’t know how many of you would like to believe me, but there are a significant number of prominent Hollywood actors who are in fact gay (or bisexual, if …

Dream Lesbian Jodi : Who You Fancy?

Dream Lesbian Jodi : Who You fancy?

Rekha + Vidya Balan Priyanka Gandhi + Indira Varma Nandita Das + Chitrangada Singh Rani Mukerji + Priyanka Chopra Katrina Kaif + Katrina

The S Word

A conversation on the changing visual landscape of intimacies and desire in Indian Cinema, image & contemporary art.

Interview : Author, Vivek Shraya

I feel like everyday the book surprises me. Last year it was nominated for a Lambda Literary Award and was picked up by several post-secondary institutions as a text book. Consequently, the first run sold out in just a little over a year and I am currently getting ready for the release of the second edition which features a new story and illustration.

Interview : Miss Congeniality, Kashish Chopra (Part 2)

It is easy to plan the “perfect date,” but it is hard to have the perfect date. To me a perfect date isn’t about what we do but rather about how we do it. The best dates are the ones that organically plan and reveal themselves. I have planned and been on of lot of dates that were meant to be “perfect” and usually everything that could possibly go wrong did. I’m pretty low maintenance but my perfect date is all about the feeling behind it and who it is with – not what the date is.

Interview : Miss Congeniality, Kashish Chopra (Part 1)

All the trials and tribulations made me a stronger Indian woman. Despite all the clichés people may associate with pageants and the idea of feminine Desi women, through Miss India I was able to stand proudly as a dignified, educated, Indian woman who understands how my heritage and culture empowers my identity. As time goes on, there is an increasing visibility for feminine lesbians. Sometimes people are less likely to assume we are gay because of stereotypes associated with gay women.
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