“So, are you bisexual?” the question shot out of nowhere and caught her unaware.
While sensitization and awareness extend miles beyond a simple video guide, we hope that this helps give some foothold in that journey.
Frequently asked Questions (FAQ) and Sex, Sexuality, Gender and More.
The aim of this campaign was to bring out the homophobic 'Quacks' or fake doctors who offer 'cures' and 'treatments' for homosexuality.
I think the problem is that we, as a society, understand gender itself in a very trans phobic way.
When my middle-class Bengali mother picked up a book on sexuality published by Sappho for Equality in Bangla, she took some time to react.
Have a date this weekend? Wondering what would be a cool and comfortable place to take them?
Harassments such as these are commonplace for women, but perverts take it to a whole new level when it is a trans*woman.
No Queer life is complete without these guys.
'Now, You Can Go Home' is a compilation of photo works created in the past two years and continues to be an open project.
“Oh wowwwwwww, Ravi. You totally look like a girl.” His best friend sounded ecstatic.
On different forums, time and again we have posts stereotyping bisexuals. Not much has changed.
Why is there an anxiety about existence of people with sexual orientation other than the one accepted by the privileged hetero order?
Rachna is a straight woman in her twenties. She goes by life singing, dancing, dating, working, drinking and attending various pride events.
Here we have our man Anwesh Kumar Sahoo, Mr. Gay India 2016 answering some of the most ridiculous (slash) stomach churning (slash) homophobic questions often asked to Gay men.
CraYon Impact in tandem with Pra-Kar and The Red Door Presents, 'Bully Proof' - Screening, Dialogue and Spoken Word
I still remember being nonplussed by their simple and eloquent response. “But we are happy.”
School and College time is the time for major crushes, identity evaluation and all that goes with it. One needs to be assured of the best support in campus, as much as at home.
I keep on saying this and I'll say it again, I wasn't like other boys in my family.
I was a boy soprano in the church choir and a bit on the plumper side of life and had a shrill voice.