A group of peacebuilders, the collective has been active in the educational space and in organising events like joint celebrations of Independence Day. And this Pride month, on Sunday the 27th of June, 2021, they are hosting the first Indo-Pak pride event “Rainbow Over Wagha.”
After a whole year of staying away from one another, this bar night is all about reuniting with the community, blowing steam, and wishing on the new moon for a fresh start in the world as we dream of it.
Tales of love, lust, and horror…
We love all the stories. Don’t we? A new decade has just started with new promises and hope. A new India is now ready to share …
The Godrej India Culture Lab in Vikhroli hosted an event, ‘Queering The Law’, on January 10 as part of Queer Azadi Mumbai’s ‘Pride Calendar’, an eclectic curation of events across the month of January warming up for the Mumbai Pride Parade on February 1.
Part proceeds from the tickets sold at this party will go towards Queer Aazadi Mumbai (QAM)!
Come January 25th, you’ll be pitting your hitting prowess against other queers who are baddy bad asses.
Between all the talking and discussing and creating and artsy-ing, one thing is for sure: it will get your adrenaline pumping!
Let that imagination run free - with the costumes, with your dance moves.
This edition of Zine Bazaar will also witness some wonderfully mind-bending conversations that explore all the possible and impossible versions of Desi Fantasy - the multiverse, its pleasant fantasies, and horrifying realities and more, through our Activities, Talks, Workshops and a curated set of 50+ Exhibitors.
In association with Queer Azaadi Mumbai, an organisation working to organise and create spaces for the community in Mumbai.
The show which will be making ten runs through August in the Gene Frankel Theatre in New York revisits the very controversial day of Eartha’s life at the white house and all the mayhem that ensued.
Gaysi is back with a super special and looked forward to 2x2 Bar Night, and this one requires just a pair of your favourite prints and pajamas for the night.
If this weekend in Mumbai, then you must watch these LBT films at Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival.
Being South Asia’s biggest queer film festival, it has never failed to astound us with the sheer diversity in films. This year’s theme is ‘Over the Rainbow’ which comes after a milestone, however symbolic, victory for LGBTQIA+ rights in India after the decriminalization of the archaic and highly notorious section 377.
Tim Wolff received his education from the California Institute of the Arts Directing for Theatre and Film program, studying closely with legendary director Alexander Mackendrick and two-time Oscar winning documentarian Terry Sanders.
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Through calling this exhibition ‘Who’s the freak’, Ahuja is placing their audience in front of the final exasperated WTF question to the cis, the hetero and the ignorant.
The aim of the festival is to start conversations about LBT rights and lives through films, discussions, performances and more.
Gaysi's 2x2 Bar Night this time is scheduled on a Saturday and promises to be an open, warm and safe space for anyone and everyone to join in.
Join us as we collectively unravel and recreate what intimacy means and can mean for each of us.