The Beginner’s Guide to Growing Up Queer and Invisible is an animated comic series that tries to delve into the experience of a young queer girl.
This 8 episodic web-series takes viewers to the real world of LGBT and also delivers a strong message that being Gay is not a taboo.
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.
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.
Last in the ISHQ series for this year, the Centre for Studies in Gender and Sexuality presents to you a symposium that marks the completion of first year of our activity.
With this series of short films/documentaries, Queer Ink is now also a Producer.
In 2015, Saathi IIT Bombay's team took an initiative, Saathi Connect, to make a multimedia anthology of young LGBTQ people in Hindi, English and Marathi.
Sarathi Trust is organizing Nagpur Pride march on Saturday.
Dedicated to the caged birds in this free country.
Hyderabad Pride March is taking place on for 21st February.
Are we open to seeing gender as something more fluid than just 'male' and 'female'?
Peeking out of a window, as the snow slowly melts after a dreary blizzard, it’s hard not to be hopeful – optimistic, even.
Candle Light Vigil in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Guwahati and Kolkata planning for 31st Jan - 1st Feb, ahead of Curative Petition hearing on 2nd Feb.
Queer & Political is a space created for LGBT community members to discuss their view on Indian Politics.
Homomorphism is an attempt by five young queer artists, to plot their notions on body and same gender intimacy on the axes of gender and sexuality, which are most often dismally represented by the hegemonic dominance of heterosexual affection and embodiments.
We invite all free thinking individuals, groups and entities to join us for the Kolkata Rainbow Pride Walk. Let us stand in solidarity against discrimination, exclusion, and violence.
CSMR co-ordially invites all to Bangalore Pride Walk, as part of "Bengaluru Pride & Karnataka Queer Habba" celebrations. We walk to end discrimination and violence against LGBT persons.
This time join us for a lively discussion with Jaya Sharma (queer feminist activist) and Lesley Esteves (queer activists) and Ashwini, who were part of the early LGBT movement and lesbian organising in Delhi.
Though my father and I are extremely close and I knew my parents would accept me eventually, I didn’t want to hurt them.