Crisscrossing across India, featuring in-depth with advocates, activists and candid testimonies of gay and transgender persons, BREAKING FREE traces the history of challenge to the colonial anti-sodomy law Sec 377.
Colour of Trans 2.0 is an evocative performance by trans activists Living Smile Vidya, Angel Glady and Gee Imaan Semmalar.
His brilliance, enigmatic presence, performative spontaneity set the stage on fire.
South Asia’s biggest LGBT film fest to be held between May 27-31, 2015
ILA tells a powerful story and does succeed in bringing highly discussed relevant issues to the fore in a manner that was not overbearing.
Labels are something performer D’Lo cannot quite escape from.
Jayjaykar is about an old man, Retd. Maj. Akhand, who meets a group of Hijras in a funny situation and helps them to achieve self respect.
The Chandigarh Queer Pride’s parade’s bedrock is Diversity, Inclusion, Acceptance, Solidarity, Peace, Love and Respect for all.
The week was created with the stated purpose of "promoting increased health awareness and outcomes in the LGBT community".
A short email interview with Vinay Chandran, festival director of the recently concluded Bangalore Queer Film Festival (BQFF).
Most women are very comfortable with transsexual women and transsexual semantics - which is pretty much consistent with feminist perspectives and studies on behaviour.
The recent episode of Satyamev Jayate, ‘Accepting alternate sexualities’, which aired on the 19th of October, 2014 led to a myriad of debates.
Rudrani Chettri is a human rights activist, LGBTI and Transgender Rights activist.
Nagma and Zoya themselves,(*names changed) and representatives of
People’s Union of Civil Liberties, Rajasthan and Voices Against 377
will address the media.
Almost everyday I hear and see people and friends around me use the terms 'gay', 'fag', 'faggot' in a criminal sense
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Two films that tell us stories of real life struggles and triumphs from OUR LIVES...TO LIVE!
A blue collared worker in the train bullied a hijra while a couple of others were laughing at his "jokes".
We have been living and loving in secrecy for decades. We are all around you. We are you.
Transsexual people are becoming increasingly visible in public life and more and more people are 'coming out'.