Raised in an Orthodox Catholic family as a female, Michael hopes to transition to male in the future, but is apprehensive about how his family might react.
Have you ever been left wondering if you were 'over-reacting' to someone's insistent hugs or invasive questions?
We asked our community to discover some more performers and found four (more) out there making noise, being heard!
I am a woman but I am also a person. But my body is constantly being gendered. I cannot escape this trap.
Fighting against the world, here are five intersex role models from diverse fields you need to know who are ‘killing’ the game.
Social work is being commercialized. We even call it social work rather than social service… helping others is not a kind of business.
At Dirty Talk, you get to be the star in your very own production.
For a long time, I prayed to God that I become a girl the next day and that people forget I was ever a boy -- because for me, to love a man, it was necessary to be a woman!
With this edition, we’re especially opening our doors and hearts to LBTs – lesbians, bisexual and trans people – and non-binary members of Delhi’s queer community.
There are many facets of south-Asian societies that are less concerned with how men behave, how colourful their clothes are or if they are holding hands with male friends or simply laying their heads on their friend’s shoulder.
Here is a quick 5-point checklist to help you get started, all in lingo that you understand!
I realised that my family being accepting was a privilege because there are so many others who would not be as accepting. But should it be a privilege?
I have fallen in love enough times to be exhausted by it already.
The response I get from friends, marchers, onlookers during pride walks, where I march in different attires. It gives me a boost, and makes me proud for being out and talking about it.
Around four years ago, as a part of their efforts to create a safe, free spaces for gay people, they launched the Gay Bombay Talent Show.
These guys are the best.
Neha and Shiraz have not only introduced a new perspective to an important conversation, but they’ve done it with arresting visuals, reiterating that gender is a social construct, one not everyone needs.
God Loves Hair, Shraya tells us, and indeed, why wouldn’t God love hair? It is a part of one’s body and one’s body is sacred and not something to be ashamed of, and this is what Shraya’s text invokes
This comic piece has been curated from the responses we received from several Bi-friends and readers we interviewed.
As a more feminine woman, I have often had people assume I am straight.