Monday, September 16, 2019
Straight Pride Parades? Give It A Rest!

Straight Pride Parades? Give It A Rest!

It is here people! Brace yourself! The first ever Straight pride parade to celebrate Cargo shorts, beers, Tom Brady and heterosexual men and women who adore white supremacy.
Oruvanukku Oruthi? Review: The Short Film That Sensitively Portrays Queer Identities

Oruvanukku Oruthi? Review: The Short Film That Sensitively Portrays Queer Identities

Focused solely on a conversation between two individuals, Oruvanukku Oruthi? takes its audience on a journey of questioning identity, sexual preferences and lifestyle choices.
Meet Marvia Malik: The First Trans Woman News Reporter Of Pakistan

Meet Marvia Malik: The First Trans Woman News Reporter Of Pakistan

Marvia Malik is a news presenter on the Lahore-based Kohenoor TV. Reading the daily bulletin, she has today become a household name and face.
The History Of Pride Parades In India

The History Of Pride Parades In India

It has been 20 years since the 1999 Kolkata Rainbow Pride Walk. Today, Pride Parades are held in over 21 Indian cities.
Meet Holland: Korea's First Openly Gay K-pop Idol

Meet Holland: Korea’s First Openly Gay K-pop Idol

Korea's first openly gay k-pop idol, Holland, shatters the heteronormative K-pop industry and uses his music to address the violence faced by the sexual minorities.
A Brief History Of The Pride Turban And The Importance Of Visibility Of Queer Sikhs

A Brief History Of The Pride Turban And The Importance Of Visibility Of Queer...

As a gay Sikh man, I sincerely hope that the visibility of the pride turban will help young queer Sikhs in accepting themselves.
Nján Sánjo Review: The Life And Thoughts Of A Trans Man

Njān Sānjo Documentary Review: The Life And Thoughts Of A Trans Man

Njān Sānjo (I’m Sānjo) documents the life of a dynamic young man named Sanjo in a transphobic suburban locality.
My Pursuit Of Finding My Home As A Trans Man

My Pursuit Of Finding My Home As A Trans Man

While a house is made of concrete, bricks and steel bars, home is made up of people who give you the feeling of belonging and hold you when you are vulnerable.
Dutee Chand Is The Queer Icon That India Needs Today

Dutee Chand Is The Queer Icon That India Needs Today

In a historical landmark, the "fastest Indian woman", Dutee Chand, talks about her same-sex relationship "with her soulmate" .
Featured Image - Camp: Notes On Fashion – The Queer, The Feminist, The Political

Camp: Notes On Fashion – The Queer, The Feminist, The Political

To be a deviant, a maverick, and unapologetically liberated, and to occupy disallowed spaces is Camp. Reclaiming words, spaces, traditions, expressions is Camp.

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B. Vijayalakshmi: The Physicist Who Fought Feudalistic Academia| #IndianWomenInHistory

B. Vijayalakshmi: The Physicist Who Fought Feudalistic Academia| #IndianWomenInHistory

B. Vijayalakshmi as a scientist is known to few. Yet, she is perhaps one of the most brilliant minds to have existed in the Indian Physics community. Although her life was cut short by cancer, never once did it waver her spirit from scientific curiosity and work, of politics and social awareness.
Maternal Mortality Rate: Does India Really Care About Its Mothers?

Maternal Mortality Rate: Does India Really Care About Its mothers?

A country’s maternal mortality rate is one of the most crucial indicators of how it prioritises it’s women.
18 Indian Sportswomen Who Made A Difference In 2018

18 Indian Sportswomen Who Made A Difference In 2018

Here are 18 sportswomen in India whose achievements brought glory to our nation and we need to pay more attention to.