I believe that one day in the not too distant future, because of the strength and solidarity of our younger generations, we will be able to amend this anachronistic law-- it is not a question of “if” as much as “when”.
Chennai had its 9th edition of Pride on 25th June, 2017. Huge participation by queer women and a spectrum of people from all walks of life made it a real rainbow parade.
The organizers said this is the pride with the most women participation so fa... Read More...
8 years ago, the Kathak dancer started a dance group called the Dancing Queens which is a tool to advocate gender and sexuality issues like coming out, family support, main streaming, stigma, violence, employment and education
Apurva Asrani, in this short interview, speaks of Aligarh, homosexuality in the film industry and how Bollywood is gradually maturing over the years and helping common people to come out of the closet.
Chez Jerome Q cafe is the first LGBTQI space of its kind in Delhi, and is open to all open-minded folk out there, regardless of sexual orientation or other labels the society generously applies to people.
A splash of colours descended on the roads of Chandigarh this Sunday, March 26, with the week-long Garvotsava, a celebration and an appeal for equal rights for the LGBTQ community, culminated in the pride walk.
A transgender American judge, who was to visit India on the invitation of the US Embassy as an expert on LGBT law and policy, and interact with local LGBT and human rights activists, NGOs, lawyers and judges, was denied visa by the Indian government.
We at Gaylaxy Magazine first want to congratulate India's youngest filmmaker who made a short film on transgender and is now riding on its tremendous success. In 2009 he won the prestigious “Youngest Film Maker 2009” from Reuters Channel. And in 2016... Read More...