Here’s How Queer Indians Feel About Not Being Able to Get Married or Adopt Kids
"I don't think that we can manage to protect ourselves and I don't see why I should bring a child into this situation."
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Same-Sex Relationships and Single Parents Now Included in Indian Sociology Textbooks
The syllabus now also talks about live-in relationships, gender equality and equal pay to keep up with current times.
A North Korean Refugee on His Escape From 'the Best Country in the World'
Escaping North Korea cost him five years of his life. Jun Heo now wants to tell the whole world his story.
We Talk to the Founder of India's First and Only LGBTQ Matrimonial Site
Urvi Shah, founder and CEO of International Marriage Bureau for Gays and Lesbians, tells us how she breaks the rules, and makes a few.
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‘India Is Home to Us Even Though We Look Like Foreigners’
On Chinese New Year, we speak to Sne Aribam Sharma, a half-Indian half-Chinese makeup artist from Kolkata who talks about growing up mixed race.