Now she was 34, married and dying. She had gone through a large part of her life living under the facade that was beginning to give way.
Q Fest is a part of Queer Ink's safe spaces initiatives.
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.
The play explores the sub culture of broken homes, and the estranged communication between adults and children in such a scenario.
Rudrani Chettri is a human rights activist, LGBTI and Transgender Rights activist.
Yeah, there is swagger in the Gaysi Family’s step!
Nagma and Zoya themselves,(*names changed) and representatives of
People’s Union of Civil Liberties, Rajasthan and Voices Against 377
will address the media.
She's a straight woman, and take it from me, impossible love isn't as romantic as it sounds.
On the first day of Onam my true love gave to me, a green and purple striped lungi!
Teaching is by and large a thankless job, the salary is not exactly huge and kids can be cruel! For teachers in college, this issue is compounded by the fact that they have to deal with juvenile teenagers.
“Don’t cry now. Rage! Rage against the callous insensitivity of the system, my friend.”
Two people getting intimate on a park bench is not always what you think.
Dirty Talk in it’s mysterious September Avatar is all about Women. Now one may argue, it's a daily pre-occupation but this time it isn’t just talk.
When the ‘Baby’ song played in my school function for the first time three years back, like many others, we thought the beautiful voice belonged to a cute American female singer.
“Liberation” is a video experiment - a Mobius strip of art in action where Sharmistha Ray renders a representation of the female body.
The Solidarity Song highlights not only the uniqueness of this country and the pride we feel, but also the challenges that lie ahead.
CineLABIA in collaboration with Queer Comrades*
Brings to Bombay queer stories from China
I was walking down the street,
When an uncle did I meet,
He said, “O girl!
You are like a sweet pearl!