Sappho for Equality is organizing the third Media LGBT Interface on 3rd October 2015, 6 pm to 8 pm at Rotary Sadan, Kolkata
Time Out takes the giant leap of faith in Indian cinema.
I had to go through counseling and pooja’s to get rid of my Gay ‘Prem’ as they thought of it to be alien.
Instead of hushing the voice of love, we have been accepting it and encouraging it all these years, through our Rose Day, enabling more with love cards, crush cards, roses and what not.
They are a Gajon company, I was told with an air of dismissal. They do six or seven skits each night, not one long play like us. Men do their female roles.
Mafaka is a self-deprecating use of the Indian pidgin word for the popular expletive motherfucker.
Well, I discovered my sexuality as Gay when I was around 15 but the additional Gay was added after I attended my very first Gay Pride in 2010.
Gangsta Gudiya is a collaboration of artists, coming together to make songs that are entertaining and yet have important, sometimes, silly messages to convey.
I do not have the right to marry my lover
I'll always marry a man for love.
The process from coming out to ACCEPTANCE is perhaps the longest and probably the most difficult.
"Repeal socially obsolete laws, including section 377" : Speech on Repealing & Amending Bill.
Magizhvan is the tale of two gay lovers, caught in a situation where coming out (about their relationship) seems to be the only way out.
“It’s a sin. It’s an abomination. If you’re homosexual, God hates you.”
Roopbaan is a Bangladeshi non-profit, non-political, volunteer-based platform for LGBT individuals and their allies.
The ideology of the group was to form a healthy bond between the members of the queer community.
IIT Bombay recently concluded its orientation program for its new students. However this time round they did so with a difference. Saathi, IIT Bombay's LGBTQ Support group presented this year's orientation video.
Reel Desires: Chennai International Queer Film Festival 2015 will held on 24th, 25th and 26th of July 2015 at the Goethe-Institut in Chennai.
Every morning when I wake up and look at my closet I ask myself, "How much do I want to be street harassed today?"
Chennai Dost gladly invites you for the upcoming 3 days international movie screening along with panel discussion, award ceremony, cultural performances, photo/art exhibition based on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender theme.
Crisscrossing across India, featuring in-depth with advocates, activists and candid testimonies of gay and transgender persons, BREAKING FREE traces the history of challenge to the colonial anti-sodomy law Sec 377.