Performers and audience members have observed a steady rise in perverted behaviour in the past year.
Before the virus hit, Mumbai’s local trains were the perfect cruising hotspots.
Despite many gurus and babas implicated for crimes including murder, rape, tax evasion and fraud, Indians continue to flock to self-styled godmen.
For queer people, parties like these were the only place we could be completely ourselves and find solace, if not absolute acceptance.
Growing up queer, I enjoyed watching wrestling matches for entirely different reasons than the rest of my family.
Comedian and podcast host Navin Noronha talks about his experience working on a show for the TV channel, and why he agrees with the backlash.
The upcoming event hopes to amplify and spotlight non-binary and genderqueer voices but straight people are welcome to be there too.
We Speak with ‘Canada’s Drag Race’ Winner, Priyanka, on How Her Queer Asian Identity Matters More Than Ever Today
“Everyone gets curry for lunch now!”
On the second anniversary of the landmark reading down of Section 377, we checked in with priests and religious scholars to know how their attitudes towards homosexuality have changed (or not).
Shakuntala Devi’s Biopic on Amazon Prime Video Skims Over One of Her Most Important Works — A Book on Homosexuality in India
The human calculator’s ‘The World of Homosexuals’ published back in 1977, is considered to be one of the first studies of queerness in India.
As Doctor Strange rightly said, “We’re in the Endgame now.”
Indian internet’s favourite new reality star is a matchmaker from Mumbai.