Fridays At Nigah Is Back!

Queer your Fridays with Nigah, as we sit back, chit-chat, watch movies and talk about gender and sexuality.

Join us on the second Friday of every month as we discuss anything or everything that’s queer, chill out over endless gupshup and films, meet old friends and make new ones. This sultry summer Friday we also have a delectable assortment of queer shorts: a memorable encounter at Laundromat, sweet banter in Public Relations, a spicy rendezvous from Amen, tart observations from The Old Women’s Project – and much more. Let’s catch up!

When: 10th June | 4 – 9 pm | films at 6

Where: Yodakin, 2 Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi


At Nigah, we try our best to make our events as safe and welcoming for all queer people with multiple identities and expressions. However, this month’s event at Yodakin will not be a closed door event. The store will remain open to patrons after Fridays at Nigah commences, but Yodakin and Nigah will observe some queer safe-space ground-rules: No Photography, No Media and No Homophobic or Transphobic behaviour is welcome.

Nigah is a queer collective that works on issues of gender and sexuality. Apart from lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, we understand queer to be any identity, politics or process that challenges dominant norms. Based in Delhi, we try to create inclusive and safe queer spaces using media, training, and conversations.

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