Sharmistha Ray is an international award-winning visual artist and TED Fellow with numerous solo shows and high profile projects under her belt.
“It’s a sin. It’s an abomination. If you’re homosexual, God hates you.”
Roopbaan is a Bangladeshi non-profit, non-political, volunteer-based platform for LGBT individuals and their allies.
IIT Bombay recently concluded its orientation program for its new students. However this time round they did so with a difference. Saathi, IIT Bombay's LGBTQ Support group presented this year's orientation video.
Crossdressing is an art. It is a choice and a lifestyle execution which enables a blurring of gender aesthetics.
“Bellevue Salons started as a way to empower the artist to engage directly with a selected public,” says Sharmistha Ray.
Every morning when I wake up and look at my closet I ask myself, "How much do I want to be street harassed today?"
Shot over seven years, from 2007 to 2014, this gritty indie documentary lays bare the Indian LGBT landscape from an insider’s perspective.
I have been living with HIV for the past ten years and have developed the capacity of CBOs and networks that work for PLHIV and gender minorities.
This advertisement reinforces the characteristics that regressive Cadbury India Ltd? typically expects men and women to display.
My mind still focused on men because I thought I was heterosexual in my orientation.
Chennai Dost gladly invites you for the upcoming 3 days international movie screening along with panel discussion, award ceremony, cultural performances, photo/art exhibition based on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender theme.
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.
Everyday, I come across posts about rapes, suicides, murders and all of it is very heart breaking news.
30th June is the Pratiti application deadline for Delhi and Jaipur.
Abhishek Chaudhary aka Rangeen Makhee is a young artist based in Delhi who explores themes of gender and queer realities through his work.
In a series of new "ads" uploaded on YouTube, they've made issues that our society frowns upon their core storylines.
A woman in a red dress raced out of the corridor and before realizing crashed into me and we both fell to the ground.
The group show of 278 mixed media works reflect on both these issues and will run for a month between May 23 – June 27, 2015.
This edition of the ‘Read Out Loud’ is different from its previous avatars.