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Pride Month

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'Leave Your Caste Identity At Home': Queer Dalits Lack Space In Indian 'Pride'

The ‘pride’ space in India is monopolised by the upper caste people. There is an overwhelming number of upper caste queer people that organise pride parades in different cities as a part of any committee.

02 August 2022

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Explained: The Stonewall Uprising And How June Became The Pride Month For LGBTQ Rights Movement

It's the 53rd anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, also called the Stonewall Riots, believed to have led to the larger LGBTQ rights movement. 


Five poems written by Kiran Bhat, each trying to imagine a year in his life, from birth to adulthood

Five Poems On Growing Up As A Homosexual In Southern USA

Five poems written by Kiran Bhat, each one trying to imagine what each year in his life meant to him, from birth to adulthood.


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Gay And Happy With India Inc? Corporates Take Pride In An Inclusive Workplace

In addition to representing LGBTQIA+ community members as part of their campaigns, companies need to engage and support them by organising job fairs or community-based events 

01 July 2022

Despite legalisation of the LGBTQ+ community, we still have a long way to go.

Indian Society Lacks Acceptance For LGBTQ+ People Despite Decriminalisation

LGBTQ+ themes have been written about in ancient mythology and depicted in the designs of temples and other monuments for centuries. It has always been a part of India culture. So why can’t we accept it even now?


Kaustav Chakraborty’s book interprets tribal folktales through a queer lens.

Book Review: Exploring Queernormative In India’s Tribal Folktales

Countering mainstream sexuality discourse that polices desires located outside the strict caste-hetero-patriarchal constructs, Kaustav Chakraborty’s Tribal Folktales from East and Northeast India interprets the bizarre,...

28 June 2022

Dalit Queerness

The queerness in the Dalit world

Stories have been the oldest and staunchest allies of Dalits, where ideologies and governments have failed, our storytellers have preserved the most honest of our memories. Our stories, in our hands, have paved the way for a...

29 June 2022

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Youth takes part in the annual LGBT pride parade, at Dighalipukhuri in Guwahati

I Decided To Pursue Law To Fight For Trans Rights: Assam’s First Transgender Judge

Just like feminism, we need waves of gender sensitisation movements to bring about a major shift in perception of people towards transgender people, says Swati Bidhan Baruah, Assam’s first Lok Adalat judge.

28 June 2022

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27 June 2022
Norway: Suspect In Fatal Pride Shooting Agrees To Custody

Norway: Suspect In Fatal Pride Shooting Agrees To Custody

The suspect of a LGBTQ festival's mass shooting in Oslo, has agreed to be held in pretrial custody.


27 June 2022
Chennai Sky Soaring High With Pride Flags After Two Years

Chennai Sky Soaring High With Pride Flags After Two Years

The Tamil Nadu Rainbow Coalition along with several NGOs celebrated the 14th year of the pride parade this year


25 June 2022
Norway: Two dead, Many Wounded In Shooting; Pride Events Halted

Norway: Two dead, Many Wounded In Shooting; Pride Events Halted

A suspect was arrested and police don't believe any other people were involved, police spokesman Tore Barstad said.The events occurred in the early hours as...


23 June 2022
Pride Month: Celebs Talk On Social Media Helping In Increasing Awareness Around LGBTQ+ Community

Pride Month: Celebs Talk On Social Media Helping In Increasing Awareness Around LGBTQ+ Community

TV Celebs speak up on the ongoing Pride Month, which is celebrated every year in the month of June to raise awareness around the LGBTQ+ community.


20 June 2022
Japan Court Says Same-Sex Marriage Ban Not Unconstitutional In Setback To LGBTQ Movement

Japan Court Says Same-Sex Marriage Ban Not Unconstitutional In Setback To LGBTQ Movement

The advocacy group Marriage For All Japan said the ruling is 'very disappointing and disappointing' and that they would appeal it in a higher court.


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17 June 2022
Saudi Arabia Bans Rainbow-Coloured Toys During Pride Month As They 'Poison Mind Of Youth'

Saudi Arabia Bans Rainbow-Coloured Toys During Pride Month As They 'Poison Mind Of Youth'

Officials in Saudi Arabia claim the recent banning of rainbow toys amid the ongoing Pride Month is aimed to protect the sanctity of the nation's youth and...


15 June 2022
Disquiet In The Office

Disquiet In The Office

The transgender community is looking to find its feet in a business setting. Companies claim to profess inclusive policies, but acceptability in a corporate...


15 June 2022
The Trans Community's Never-Ending Fight For Financial Inclusion 

The Trans Community's Never-Ending Fight For Financial Inclusion 

Absence of credentials, lack of support from banks, paucity of dignified employment opportunities, and rejection by society–the cup of woe for the trans...


06 June 2022
These Collectives Are Providing A Platform To India's Queer Community

These Collectives Are Providing A Platform To India's Queer Community

From Kerala to Manipur, these organisations are ensuring safe spaces to the LGBTQAI+ community in India by providing them with support and representation


05 June 2022
Lynda Carter Slams Trolls Who Says Wonder Woman Isn't A Superhero For Gays

Lynda Carter Slams Trolls Who Says Wonder Woman Isn't A Superhero For Gays

Actress Lynda Carter, who played 'Wonder Woman' in the popular TV series took to social media to slam a troll who wrote to her saying that Wonder Woman wasn't...


02 June 2022
Saisha Shinde Donates Half Of 'Lock Upp'  Pay To LGBTQ+ Organization

Saisha Shinde Donates Half Of 'Lock Upp' Pay To LGBTQ+ Organization

Designer Saisha Shinde had promised to donate half of her earnings from the show 'Lock Upp' to an LGBTQ+ organization.


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