For Hayle, a few swipes helped her find a home that can be carried around like a favourite cuddly blanket of comfort around the world.
Written as a picture book marketed for adults, here are six reasons why The Rabbit & The Squirrel should be on your bookshelves right away!
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What is the wonder that is time, that brought you back to me?
Sweeter than the memory of you, is the surprise of a chance encounter.
Really, how does one …
What happens when you find your long lost best friend instead, doing something they said they'd never even try?
Our dramatic Bollywood fanatic has been swiping this whole time, looking for an expression that would catch her eye.
The artwork that graced out instagram feeds deserve a story of their own, and here are some of our favourites.
Filled with lots of sass and being badass,
laugh along with this queen
as he swipes and swipes.
The magic in community is in it's spell of gluing people who may have never met and who may never meet.
‘Desi Drag King Project’ is a collaborative project aimed at breaking gender stereotypes and empowering women.
Does all the calculation and advice get Maya a conversation with Rae?
Do bios make the person or does the person make the bio?
Here are 6 stories from the countless rainbows in the country - on who they are, what being queer means and what the world is to them.
We meet Alex Fierro without knowing she’s Alex Fierro. In fact when we meet her, she’s a cheetah. A cheetah.
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Amongst artists, a significant number of queer persons have taken to social media to present their struggles and perceptions through their art.
The art within these walls and stairwells has already found its ways into art collections and audience’s homes and offices. Finally, there is room to breathe. Me We provides that, and raises the bar for LGBTQ art exhibits.
We have seen many ‘butch’ looking women in Bollywood whose apparent lesbian sexuality has always been completely absent, and has rather been replaced by a more heteronormative story which frankly, does their characterization a great disservice.
Zine Bazaar in its first edition focuses on Identity and all facets of identity- how we create it, share it, how it is viewed and consumed by others.
A large body of his work revolves around LGBTQ+ and women rights and perusing through his work, one might pick up on his strong belief in the power of tales that celebrate sexuality, gender, human rights as well as mundane tales of growing up and the world around.