In the Rigveda, while talking about the Samsara, it says 'Vikruti Evam Prakriti', which means what seems un-natural is also natural.
The play was runner-up at the Sultan Padamsee Playwriting Awards 2016 and is running at NCPA centre from 21st-23rd March.
Evolution of queer representations in films (from the movie Fire to Kapoor And Sons) , and what does that say about what to expect in the future.
A multi-sensory curated experience, exploring stories of growing up queer through illustrations, paintings and installations from 10 emerging artists.
Stories of love, sexuality, and everything in between seem to be gaining the support of publishers, writers and readers.
This final video deals with the crucial stage of queer angst where the young girl must come to terms with her sexuality.
Time to move away from stereotypes and cliches. Are you folks listening?
Indian Cinema is one of the most popular and influential medium of entertainment in India.
While sensitization and awareness extend miles beyond a simple video guide, we hope that this helps give some foothold in that journey.
Frequently asked Questions (FAQ) and Sex, Sexuality, Gender and More.
The aim of this campaign was to bring out the homophobic 'Quacks' or fake doctors who offer 'cures' and 'treatments' for homosexuality.
I think the problem is that we, as a society, understand gender itself in a very trans phobic way.
Harassments such as these are commonplace for women, but perverts take it to a whole new level when it is a trans*woman.
'Now, You Can Go Home' is a compilation of photo works created in the past two years and continues to be an open project.
“Oh wowwwwwww, Ravi. You totally look like a girl.” His best friend sounded ecstatic.
Why is there an anxiety about existence of people with sexual orientation other than the one accepted by the privileged hetero order?
On the evening of the rehearsals, we were told Urmi was having second thoughts about performing.
He realized he was a trans-male when watching a TV programme on transgenders and has moved to Mumbai to complete his transition.
A film by Laurie Colson & Axelle Le Dauphin.
This is a partial transcription of a video interview with Urmi Jadhav and Madhuri Sarode of the Dancing Queens