Britain’s ‘Most Prolific’ Rapist Was a Man Who Drugged and Raped 190 People
The Indonesian national was a doctoral student in the United Kingdom. Police uncovered over 3 terabytes of videos showing the attacks from his devices.
Meet the Indian Priest Trying to Change the Way Churches Perceive Homosexuality
Christmas went from being my favourite time of the year to the loneliest one after I chose to come out. But priests like Father Thoman Ninan are helping bridge the gap between the Church and estranged queer individuals.
More Than Half of Indians Surveyed Say They'd Refuse an Organ Donation From an LGBTQ Person
The new study also reveals that many Indians don’t donate organs because they’re worried they’ll be reborn without these vital parts in their next life.
What’s It Like for a Queer Photographer to Shoot Straight Weddings in a Country Where Same-Sex Marriages Are Illegal
“Even as I’m genuinely happy for the couples I photograph, one thought keeps running through my head: I probably won’t get to do the same."
How to Deal With Friends Who Are Racist, Sexist or Bigoted
In an increasingly divided world, should you sever relationships because associating with bigots make you a bigot or is it okay to let it slide as a small downside of someone who is otherwise great?
Like a Lot of India, I Used to Have a Problem With Gay People And Didn't Even Know That Was a Problem
Ten years ago, I accidentally stopped a friend from coming out for a very long time, even to herself. Today, I acknowledge how I may have been a part of oppression of the LGBTQ+ community without even realising it.