Queer Indians Tell Us How The Sex and Dating Scene Changed for Them in a Post-Section 377 India
The queer dating game still hasn't shaken off its 'hit it and quit it' mentality, leaving us craving for a hook-up and cautious about investing in a long-term relationship.
Queer Indians Tell Us How Much has Changed Since Gay Sex Was Decriminalised A Year Ago
“I think that one thing that has changed with Section 377 being read down, is more respect for us, and a willingness to try to understand us.”
Cops Arrest Indian Teenager for ‘Kidnapping’ Her Lesbian Partner After Charges Are Laid by Father
The minor "victim" said that the two had known each other for almost two years, and considers the accused as her “husband”.
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.
India’s Supreme Court Seems Very Reluctant to Appoint a Gay Judge
A report by the Intelligence Bureau declared the man “a security risk,” while others say it's got a lot more to do with his sexual orientation.
We Asked Queer Indians How They First Learned About Sex
Porn, trial-and-error, Sidney Sheldon—LGBTQ+ youth tell us about their initiation into the world of sex and sexuality in a country where sex ed is either super-hetero or missing altogether.