Didn’t know you were watching me. I thought you were busy taking your clothes off!
One of the reasons this short story has gone viral is because it resonates with women who have had romantic/sexual relations with men.
GaysiFamily presents 2x2 Bar Nights: Pride Edition – the one where we let the world know how we can fight hard and party harder.
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.
Since 2008, Queer Azaadi Mumbai (QAM), which is a collective of organisations and individuals that work towards LGBTQA rights, have been organising the Queer Azaadi March, or Pride March, in …
Imagine my wild joy at the unexpected discovery that Mary Oliver was a raging lesbian in a long and happy relationship with very talented photographer, Molly Malone Cook.
Here’s wishing you all a very happy new year and hoping that 2018 makes you capable of endless love.
Here is a beautiful story breaking away from this stereotype and shows that acceptance can come from anyone.
Pulkit Mogha boldly attempts to clap back against this repression by documenting sexual experiences in a country where it is forbidden.
Campus spaces are arenas where thinking minds have the freedom to engage in conversations, and discuss the otherwise allegedly ‘uncomfortable’ subjects.
Every kiss of yours was touching my soul,
and the butterflies were giggling at our tryst.
Through our imagination, we are making these spaces more welcoming for those who identify as LGBTQIA+ and value diversity.
Hosting and conducting a standalone concert after our early days of just performing at events was a great learning experience!
Even today, very little has changed for the trans community. While the landmark Supreme Court judgment issued directives to central and state governments to institute policy changes, the central government has not issued uniform procedures or demonstrated accountability.
In a world that had not quite woken up yet, Preet Simran and Saraswati were telling us about the reality of their existence through a language understood by all: the language of music.
Chilman is Urdu for a screen, a curtain, that which conceals even as it promises to reveal.
A big big thank you to all who have stood by us over the tears and helped us grow as a safe community space
Maybe, we should accept the changing landscape, and acknowledge that we are moving towards a world where it is a little easier to come out, and it is a little less unusual to see a homosexual couple on screen.
Today, I am not stuck in what you think of me-
This exhausting, endless loop of trans-misogyny
Not broken and what I ought to be
With their outrageous and extraordinary personalities, drag queens show us how to be a bit extra without apology.