In this issue, we look back at what the year 2012 meant for gay rights, both across the world and in India. Pictures from gay pride marches in Delhi, Bangalore and Pune. Anirban tells us how he rediscovered his own self in the pride parade in Bangalore this year. Saurabh Sharma pens down his thoughts on why we should start talking to political parties about ‘our’ issues, and how we can achieve that. Saad Zahid shares his apprehensions about being gay in a Muslim society and wonders if he will ever be able to live a life he wants to. Tanika Godbole talks to Sridhar about his European tour.
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