Closet

The Sexuality of Villains (And the Story That Bollywood will not Tell)

The heroine/hero is heterosexual and chaste, essentially hetero-normative. The villain is homosexual and deviant. While everyone is talking about historical accuracy and creative license, few are noticing the closet homophobia uniting filmmakers, playwrights and critics across party lines.

Leaving the Closet Behind

Coming out is difficult for the confessing party as well as the party it is being confessed to and we get to see myriad of reactions.

The Other Side of Coming Out

You could be gay and open, and flaunt with your gang all those party pictures, but the intimate relationships are lost when you date someone who is closeted. Nothing is more painful than you being open and your relationship being in the closet.

​I am a Starboy

I AM WHO I AM. It’s here that I shall learn to love thyself. I am not sure I would return back to the big bad city.

THE VISIBILITY CAMPAIGN: SUDIPTA’S STORY

Through my personal journey I have realized the world may be cruel at times. It’s difficult to be different, yet to survive in the society, but being in the closet is extremely suffocating, lonely, and hopeless.