Archive for the tag Culture

Ask Freud : Coming Out

Parents always want what is best for their children that does however, not always mean that they agree with what the children want to do or achieve.

Mosquitology 101

Today we learn a little something about an annoying creature that seems to have paid some kharcha pani to our friends in the Municipal corporations.

Simply Queer 1.0

Here is the idea. Plenty of times, we see things which are supposedly “straight” or “hetronormative” but they don’t seem so to us. They look, sound or feel very queer to us.

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.
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Book Review : “Quarantine” by Rahul Mehta

Quarantine, the short story after which the novel is named, features a man who is still bitter towards his grandfather for being ungrateful and insensitive to his mother, the only person in the family who takes care of him.

Analyse This!

Case in point - the recent non-stop debate about Aamir Khan and his show Satyamev Jayate. There was no space that was not marked by the debate.

March With Salga NYC

On August 19th 2012, SALGA NYC will be marching in NYC's annual India Day Parade. 2012 marks the third year that SALGA will be marching at the Parade, after being banned from attending for a number of years.
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The Date That Was…

There was something about her. Something that drew me to her. The way she carried herself. Her smile. Sigh! Her smile is enticing.
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Lessons In Drag

As the host of Jai Ho!, Chicago’s queer Bollywood night, I perform as my alter-ego Lahore Vagistan, a desi drag queen trying to make it from the Chicago stage to the Mumbai screen.
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