Our very first promotional video and yes we are jubilant and ecstatically excited.
The Delhi Queer Pride Committee invites you to the 4th Anniversary of the Reading Down of Sec. 377
As an Indian living in India I cannot ignore this feeling of frustration and slight resentment towards our judiciary system & fellow Indians.
Join them in numbers, and help us spread the word!
Chennai hosts its FIFTH annual Rainbow Pride beginning June 2013, celebrating visibility of alternate sexualities and gender identities.
Every time I look at this picture, I cannot help the massive smile on my face.
Chandigarh's first LGBT pride walk. Come out & show your support.
If you are Queer and you know it...clap your hands!
Come. Come with your pride, your family, your friends a we walk this path.
Displaying photos/cartoons and caricatures of more than 15 contributors, all depicting the theme 'Celebrating Pride'.
We are back after our super successful inaugural year, and this time Yaariyan promises even more fun! We shall gather again at Juhu beach and play a few games, which we promise will be fun. Come join us with your friends too!
Come in numbers and show your support!
It’s gay Christmas! Queer Azadi Mumbai is back with Mumbai Pride 2013 (scheduled for 2nd February 2013) and it ain’t cheap!
This year's Bengaluru Pride and Karnataka Queer Habba was bigger and brighter. A series of events were lined up from the 22nd of November to 2nd of December.
This Sunday, we will resume the book club with a chat. We'll talk about the growth of queer literature in India, and why it's of so much significance.
"Homo Hetero Bhai Bhai" rang one slogan at the Queer Pride assembled at Barakhamba Road on Sunday.
Delhi Queer Pride is five this year! We invite members and supporters of the queer community.
Join us at a fundraiser party to support the Delhi Queer Pride this year!
This October, we are excited to bring to Hyderabad an art exhibition, ‘Exclusively Inclusive’, on pluralities of gender and sexuality.
Adele tulli has not only captured the magnificient scenes of pride celebration, she has also interpreted the personal stories of the struggles of the three protagonists, Beena, Pallav and Abheena and how their lives have changed through entering the queer community as well as through the judgment. These characters , Beena, Pallav, Abheena travel through the city of Bombay heading to the celebrations for the first anniversary of the historic verdict.