I wrote this at a time when I could only turn to the internet while I was coming to terms with my sexuality.
The recent episode of Satyamev Jayate, ‘Accepting alternate sexualities’, which aired on the 19th of October, 2014 led to a myriad of debates.
11th October is the National Coming Out day! And this year Yaariyan invites you to come literally #BREAKTHECLOSET!
How can I live blindly believing that things will actually get better, when I see nothing actually changing?
Like many other Indians, I have been following your visit to the US with keen interest.
“Don’t cry now. Rage! Rage against the callous insensitivity of the system, my friend.”
The Solidarity Song highlights not only the uniqueness of this country and the pride we feel, but also the challenges that lie ahead.
I was walking down the street,
When an uncle did I meet,
He said, “O girl!
You are like a sweet pearl!
Harder and harder - I rub in vain. This pink eraser is unavailing!
MJ sent me this video yesterday, and I am still trying to make sense of it.
Almost everyday I hear and see people and friends around me use the terms 'gay', 'fag', 'faggot' in a criminal sense
The process from coming out to ACCEPTANCE is perhaps the longest and probably the most difficult.
The screening is expected to raise certain issues, the nuances of which would be further discussed and debated through panel discussions.
Last Sunday was hell all over again, rushing my father to the hospital and he was there on a ventilator again.
'The Pad' has an interesting premise and demonstrates chutzpah where others might pussyfoot.
Let's tell you bit about what we spoke about - some...thing that gets all our Queer knickers in a twist.
Watch this video and if it strikes a raw nerve, share it with your friends or write about your views.
In a play of words he also stated that the campaigns focusing solely on the usage of condoms could be enabling ‘illicit’ sexual relationships.
Let us celebrate the past and prepare for future struggles by sharing our stories, songs and lives.
Treason, rape, murder and theft
And how many more, shall I make you count?