I woke up this morning, with my Twitter, Facebook and assorted other social networks informing me that Justice Katju had emitted another brainfart.
The theme for this year is 'LOVE LAW LOSS'. Send in your entries - photo, cartoon or caricature before 31st December 2014.
Neil and Eli got married on 10th of October in California this year. So we jumped the gun, and decided to have small chit-chat with the two of them.
Adolescence especially needs such references where everything around seems idiosyncratic and painful.
Being an openly gay film maker, he has ensured visibility of queers in his stories and done so in the most authentic manner possible.
As Pride marches go, the turnout was huge with over 1000 queer people and straight allies.
The Delhi Queer Pride is a parade for diversity, acceptance, solidarity and resistance.
As we turn 6 years old, this year we have tried to bring you a very special birthday present; an interview with the fabulous Kalki Koechlin.
We caught up with Sushant over a cup of coffee and got all the fun gossip of the Big Boss house! Watch what Sushant has to say...
Thousand AKSHAYs just cut their wrists
Fearing what their parents would say,
A hundred JAIs inhaled gas from a burning stove
Humiliated by those ‘Oh-So-Dear’ relatives,
But, don’t you worry!
They were just a part of that “miniscule minority”.
As much as the show, Satyamev Jayate seeks to educate and empower in a mawkish, TRP gathering, groundbreaking but non-threatening fashion, when free speech is threatened - We must really get really pissed.
Tim Cook, current CEO of Apple has come out as gay in an interview with Businessweek.
Having been brought up in a typical Punjabi household, I was somewhat fearful of coming out to my father.
The Bangalore Case where the husband cheated on the wife with another man raises a few eye brows and many questions.
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.”