Who doesn’t love graphic stories? There is an immense richness and prolificacy in visual stories which enables the flat words come to life and appear grand and renders the imaginative ideas: a reality.
Remember our rhapsodic times of love,
When we really knew each other?
Our infantile moments of Bonheur,
The day when you held my hands
And told me with all your charm,
“Let’s fly together, my dove.”
I remember those eyes of small girl,
who looks perplexed,
when people laugh, ridicule, whisper, point and say
"Look, she is different, she is wearing boys clothes"
When I bend my head,
look at myself, I see just clothes!
I took my father out for dinner. We ordered some appetizers, I was going to tell him right away.
South Asia’s biggest LGBT film fest to be held between May 27-31, 2015
ILA tells a powerful story and does succeed in bringing highly discussed relevant issues to the fore in a manner that was not overbearing.
Because two brides are better than one. Here is a small tete-a-tete with Priya and Paula, lovely newly married women.
Labels are something performer D’Lo cannot quite escape from.
Ila had premiered at the NCPA’s Centrestage Festival in December, and simply on the strength of that single staging, made it to quite a few ‘best of the year’ lists.
The word 'Choice' has many meanings. The dictionary defines Choice as the right, power or opportunity to choose.
The Chandigarh Queer Pride’s parade’s bedrock is Diversity, Inclusion, Acceptance, Solidarity, Peace, Love and Respect for all.
The week was created with the stated purpose of "promoting increased health awareness and outcomes in the LGBT community".
One warm spring afternoon, Gaysi ended up in a room with the two phenomenal women from the movie Qissa - Tillotama Shome and Raskia Duggal.
Today you fought your last fight against a brutal disease. Given how this country and its justice system have treated you, I personally believe that you are in a better place.
This series of photographs are a part of a wider series that I have shot over a period of 4 years and which examine the various cultural arts of Maharashtra that are slowly dying.
I would like to begin this post by saying that the argument I put forth is after having watched the entire documentary made by Leslie Udwin.
A short email interview with Vinay Chandran, festival director of the recently concluded Bangalore Queer Film Festival (BQFF).
A bunch of us were drinking at the Dhaba near college. It was a girls’ night out.
Reserved seating only for all events. Email ‘Qfest@queer-ink.com’ with event name - we will send you confirmation of number of seats you requested, per event.
This short video features interviews with a few members of the Bangalore-based queer dance group, The Pink Divas, as well as footage from rehearsals and performances.